Don worked with a few Masterclass members who were chosen on the day.
There was an opportunity for members to work on their speech and a short classic or contemporary speech.
There was also an opportunity for questions.
Don Warrington was born in Trinidad and trained at The Drama Centre, London.
Film credits include You, Me & Him, Voodoo Magic, The Glass Man,
Gurinder Chadha’s film It’s a Wonderful Afterlife, Land of the Blind, Whatever Happened to Harold Smith, Black Xxxmas, Tube Tales, The Lighthouse, Eight and A Half Women, The Seventh Scroll, Babymother
Theatre credits include King Lear
and All My Sons
for the Royal Exchange, Driving Miss Daisy
(UK No 1 Tour), A Statement of Regret
and The Mysteries
for the National Theatre, Elmina’s Kitchen
in the West End and The Merchant of Venice
for the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
Television credits include Henry IX
(UKTV Gold), Death In Paradise
(BBC), The Five
(Sky1), The Ark
(BBC), Chasing Shadows
(ITV), Lewis, This Is Jinsy, Waking The Dead, Going Postal, Casualty, Law & Order, Diamond Geezer for YTV, Sunny D, New Street Law, Doctor Who, The Crouches, London, Manchild
for the BBC, All Star Comedy Show
for ITV, Trial and Retribution
for La Plante Productions for ITV, The Armando Iannucci Show
for Talkback Productions, Arabian Knights
for Hallmark Productions and The Professional Tusk Force
for David Wickes Television.
As a director, Don’s credits include Rising Damp
(UK Number 1 Tour), Rum and Coca Cola
for The West Yorkshire Playhouse and The Coloured Museum
for Talawa Theatre Company at The V & A.