Theatre includes: Henry V, Twelfth Night and The Borrowers (Storyhouse, Chester), Keith (Arcola Theatre), Apologia (Trafalgar Studios; winner, Best Supporting Actor in a play, T5 Theatre Awards), The Rover (RSC; winner, Best Performance in a play, UK Theatre Awards), Much Ado About Nothing, King John, Dog in the Manger, House of Desires and Pedro, the Great Pretender (RSC/West End/RSC Associate Artist), Rocket to the Moon, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour and Pillars of the Community (National), Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe), Mr Footes Other Leg (Hampstead/West End), Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre; winner, Best Supporting Actor in a musical, WhatsOnStage Awards), The Priory and Fear and Misery (Royal Court), Judgement Day (Almeida), The Fairy Queen (Glyndebourne), The Seagull and Cold Meat Party (Royal Exchange, Manchester), The Clearing and Mill on The Floss (Shared Experience/West End), Cinderella (Old Vic), Hamlet (Stafford), Richard II (Steven Berkoff Company), As You Like It (Peter Hall Company; Ian Charleson Award), Real Inspector Hound and Black Comedy (Donmar Warehouse), David Copperfield (Sheffield Crucible), The Lifted Veil (One Man Show/UK tour; winner, Hamilton Deane Award), Gasping and The Talented Mr Ripley (Watford Palace), Romeo and Juliet, The Beaux’ Stratagem, The Rivals, Loot, Four Nights in Knaresborough, Salad Days, The Dramatist and The Fantasticks.
Television includes: Catch 22, The Last Kingdom, Ransom, Banished, 24, Granchester, Campus, Penny Dreadful, Queens of Mystery, Ashes to Ashes, Survivors, Talk to Me, MacBeth, Law and Order, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Holby City, Midsomer Murders, Enid, Reunited, Harley Street, Mount Pleasant, Ghost Squad, In Exile, New Tricks, Dressing for Breakfast, Eastenders and Peak Practice (RTS Awards, Best Actor nomination).
Films include: Creation Stories, Angel Has Fallen, Dragonheart Vengeance, All The Devil’s Men, No Vacancies, Burning Men, Tango One, The Chameleon, The Dead 2, I Give It a Year, Casino Royale, Devil’s Bridge, Telstar, Amy and Sophia, The Magnificent Eleven and Dead of the Nite.
Radio includes: More than 40 dramas for BBC radio, including The Forsytes and The Real George Orwell season (BBC Audio Drama Award). Joseph adapted Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale for cinema. The script is in pre-production.