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Nicholas Hart

Nicholas (Nick) Hart is an actor, puppeteer, and director, based in London.
As an actor and puppeteer, theatre credits include Hand To God (English Theatre Frankfurt), Father Christmas (Lyric Hammersmith), the Mad Hatter in Alice’s Adventures Underground (Les Enfants Terribles, The Vaults), Hand To God (Vaudeville Theatre, West End), puppeteering Joey in War Horse (New London Theatre, West End, and for NT Live), Of Mice and Men (Watermill Theatre, Newbury), and SOLD (Pleasance, Edinburgh Festival Fringe).
Nick is co-artistic director of award-winning theatre company Wilson & Hart. For Wilson & Hart, he directed and performed in Breakfast (New Diorama Theatre, HOME Manchester, and VAULT Festival 2018), and directs immersive theatre for the RA Lates at the Royal Academy of Arts.



It’s so powerful that it makes you miss touching and being touched, for that minute.
Bringing a piece of cloth to life in a way that attracts all the attention of the audience is to the credit of the amazing Nicholas Hart. Combining both roles, Hart delivers a true tour de force.
The masterful double-role puppet master, Nicholas Hart, dominates the evening. The virtuously played fights between the real Jason and his puppet Tyrone are extremely funny.
Nicholas Hart masters the grand art of remaining convincing in the role of the timid, insecure Jason while at the same time puppeteering Tyrone, delivering hilariously nasty texts without losing Jason’s innocent expression.


Nick is represented by Fiona Keddie-Ord.