Jamie will work with a few Masterclass members on their audition speeches.

To apply to take part onstage, please choose either a short classic or contemporary speech and send to info@masterclass.org.uk with the subject heading GLOVER. Please include your pic, CV and a phone number.

Closing date for applications is midday Thursday 26 April

​If you have not heard by Monday 30 April, then please assume that you have not been successful on this occasion.

Even if you are applying to take part, please remember to book your place on this masterclass.

About Jamie

Jamie is currently appearing as Harry Potter in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre.

His prolific career encompasses extensive theatre, film & television credits.

Theatre work includes: What’s In A Name? (Birmingham Rep), The Rehearsal, An Ideal Husband, If Only (Chichester Festival Theatre), Donkey’s Years (Rose Theatre Kingston), Noises Off (Old Vic/Novello), Antigone (Southwark Playhouse), The Chalk Garden (Donmar Warehouse), Twelfth Night (Houghton Hall), Come Blow Your Horn (Royal Exchange), All’s Well That Ends Well, Edward III, The Island Princess, The Roman Actor (RSC), The Man Who Had All The Luck, The Shawl (Sheffield Crucible), The Novice (Almeida), The Invention Of Love (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Henry V (Newbury Theatre Watermill) and Hamlet (Norwich Playhouse).

Film credits include: Woody Allen London Project, These Foolish Things, Sacred Life, Closing Numbers, Age of Treason, The Whisper and The Reef.

Television credits include: Agatha Raisin, Endeavour, Dr Who: An Adventure in Space and Time, Father Brown, Holby City, Waterloo Road, Trial and Retribution XVII, Midsomer Murders, Elizabeth I, New Tricks, Born and Bred, Casualty, Heart of the Valley, In My Life and The Thing About Vince.

Jamie’s directing credits include: Miss Julie and Black Comedy (Chichester Festival Theatre), Five Finger Exercise and The Dumb Waiter (The Print Room), A Voyage Round My Father (Salisbury Playhouse), Educating Rita and Single Spies (Watermill, Newbury) and Measure for Measure (Theatre Royal Plymouth & tour)