Playing Age: 30-50.
Characteristics: Mellow, Warm, Authoritative.
Accents: RP, Cockney, MLE, General American, New York.
Languages: English, Basic Spanish.
Studio: No home studio, but happy to travel.
Ché's writing includes; 'Been So Long' - featuring Sophie Okonedo 1998, 'Flesh Wound' (Royal Court, winner George Devine Award 2003), 'Crazy Love' - featuring Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Paines Plough, winner Peter Brook Award 2007).
In 2008, Ché made theatrical history with ‘The Frontline’, the first contemporary-set new play to be performed at Shakespeare’s Globe in London.
His musical adaptation of ‘Been So Long’ premiered at the Young Vic and has just been adapted into a feature film.
‘The 8th’, in collaboration with UK rock star Paul Heaton, toured the country, starring HBO star Reg E Cathey.
‘Lovesong’, in collaboration with UK Soul Legend Omar, was produced by The English Touring Theatre in 2011.
‘The Lightning Child’ (2013) made history as the first musical at Shakespeare’s Globe.
'Klook’s Last Stand’ premiered at Park Theatre 2014 - subsequently played at NAMT in New York, Horizon Theatre in Atlanta, and Red Mountain Theatre in Birmingham Alabama.
‘The Etienne Sisters’ played Theatre Royal Stratford East in 2015.
‘Time Is Love’, featuring Sheila Atim, transferred from Stella Adler Los Angeles to The Finborough Theatre in 2019, selling out it’s run, and is now optioned as a screenplay.
'Wolf Cub' opened at Hampstead Theatre in 2022 to critical acclaim, and sold out its run.
Ché is currently under commission to Idris Elbas’ Green Door Films, and Tiger Aspect TV.
His documentary feature ‘Connie’ has been selected for eighteen film festivals at time of writing.