Vaughan Evans’s trilogy of plays, Interesting Times, was published in November 2020, with each taking a major socio-political issue of the 2010s, blending it with a #MeToo inspired sub-plot and culminating in a debate involving audience participation.
The first, Integrity, which explores the nuances of political and sexual integrity, was read at AWL in May 2018 and taken up to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe that summer. An extended version received its London premiere at the OSO, Barnes in October 2019.
Integration followed, and examines the trade-offs between liberal democracy and societal integration. It was read at AWL in November 2019 and would have been performed at the OSO in the autumn of 2020. Alas, ...!
The third, Internationalism or FU, EU!, unearths the reasons behind the industrial working class vote for Brexit and was read at AWL in February 2022.
Vaughan sings bass with the London Welsh Rugby Club Male Voice Choir, with whom he has performed at venues including Frascati Cathedral, Lambeth Palace and the London Palladium.
A long serving member of Toastmasters International, he is the author of Stand, Speak, Deliver! How to Survive - and Thrive - in Public Speaking and Presenting. He has also written a dozen other books related to his day job as an adviser on business strategy and planning.
Recent stage roles have included Evan in his own Integrity (Krimson Kestrel), Dr Pinch in The Comedy of Errors, Mr Samsa in Metamorphosis, General Haig in Oh! What a Lovely War (all with Richmond Shakespeare Society), PC Conklin in Rumours, Tuppy in Lady Windermere’s Fan (both with Putney Theatre Company), Judge Balance in The Recruiting Officer, The Master for Lunacy in The Ruling Class (both with Teddington Theatre Club), Baptista in Kiss Me Kate (Cygnet Players) and Caiaphas in Jesus Christ Superstar (PLOS).
During various lockdowns his Zoom appearances included the Rev. Eli Jenkins in two productions of Under Milk Wood (AWL and RSS) and he directed The School for Scandal (RSS).
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