Headshot
improv in
                bangkok
Duncan is a regular with Drew McCreadie's Improv troupe at Comedy Club Bangkok
greta in bent
As Greta the Berlin night club singer in Peel the Limelight's Bangkok production of Martin Sherman's Bent.

To see Duncan featuring in the video  trailer go to:
http://youtu.be/oxU9qewvT-E
Swedish Crewman


The Swedish Crewman
in:
The Boat That Rocked
directed by:
Richard Curtis
Bear hunt on stage

We're  Going on a Bear Hunt
The Duchess Theatre
London West End
Summer 2009



8 years and counting - from the  Lyric Shaftstbury Avenue in London's West End to the iconic Sydney Opera House via the USA, Singapore and Hong Kong this "West End Smash Hit" show just keep on going.

After over 700 performances as "Dad", the character he created for the show, Duncan is now the regular director of Sally Cookson's original show!

For information see
www.bearhuntlive.com




Jason in Medea



"Duncan Foster is outstanding in his dual role as Jason and Creon" 


"Duncan Foster's swaggering arrogant Jason"

The Surrey Herald

Jason in Medea
for
Company Collisions


Grandad
in
Watercolours 
for
Quicksilver Theatre




"...an ebullient, rubber-faced, subversive Duncan Foster."  The Stage




"Duncan Foster at a piano setting the scene in his lovely languid tones"
Belfast Telegraph

"the skilled musician"
The Irish Times

Narrator and Pianist  in A Picture of Dorian Gray
Big Telly Theatre Company



Gepetto in
Pinocchio   (Musical)  at
Colour House Theatre
“Duncan Foster plays the tonsorially challenged Gepetto with a likeable charm and is very sinister indeed when needed to be”. 

Wimbledon News


cooks


Staccatto the Chef

in

Too Many Cooks


Travelling Light/ Bristol Old Vic
mime


Marcel

in

My Life with a Mime

Image Engine Films
Butler

The Butler

in

anticipation...

Chorus  in Henry V

“Duncan Foster maintains a lively narration” 
West Sussex County Times


Judge Brack in Hedda Gabbler. “.....a very talented cast. Duncan Foster looks relaxed and confident in his role as Judge Brack. Beneath this urbane façade lies a predatory self serving rake. When he flirts with Hedda the air fair crackles with sexual tension”
Ealing Gazette

SHakespeare
As William Shakespeare in I Will, written and performed by Duncan

Audience comments:

"Fait voyager"

Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream

"Duncan Foster's Bottom went to the university of life, the school of hard knocks, and his transformation is all the more delicious for it."

Surrey Herald
The Gruffalo

“But the highlight is the gruffalo character [Duncan Foster], who starts out as a terrifying creature with 'terrible tusks and terrible claws', and terrible teeth in his terrible jaws" and is gradually revealed as a thumbsucking softie”

The Irish TImes