The Team | Mark Brailsford
Mark Brailsford (BAFTA Nominated Artist 2004). Mark's career began as an actor at the age of 15, in films such as PINK FLOYD THE WALL and P'TANG YANG KIPPERBANG, the first Film on Four, written by Jack Rosenthal and directed by Michael Apted. Other TV credits include EASTENDERS, CASUALTY and TUMBLEDOWN directed by Richard Eyre for the BBC. Theatre credits include UNDER MILK WOOD at The Shaw Theatre; TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD at the Mermaid Theatre; KAFKA IN LOVE directed by Ron Moody at The Kings Head Theatre; JOSEPH (No 1 Tour); THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Tour) and ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD in the West End.
As a writer, Mark has written for WEEKENDING (BBC R4), a comedy drama series, BBK, the sit-com pilot SEX LIVES AND VIDEOTAPE and sketch shows, all for cable TV. Mark also wrote and directed the short film THE CLONES OF MICHAEL CAINE. Plays include FLY ME TO THE MOON, Starring Sylvester McCoy, BIG BUDDHA BEACH and THREE WISHES on the London fringe and comedy sketch shows RADIO CITY, the London and New York runs of AS TIME GOES BY and London's NEWSREVUE as writer/director.
Mark is currently the director and lead performer of The Treason Show in Brighton. His directorial debut was in 1991 with BUDDY CAN YOU SPARE A SONG, which transferred from The Kings Head Theatre to The Arts Theatre in the West End: DECKCHAIRS at the Kings Head, NEWSREVUE, London's longest running comedy show ('97'to '99), and founded THE TREASON SHOW in June 2000.
Mark is also the director of TREASON FILMS which launched in November 2005 with the premier of THE GOLF WIDOW at the Odeon Cinema, Brighton. More short films are in the pipeline.
See also Cacophonics Productions