Joseph Derrington graduated from the School of The Arts (University of Northampton) in 2014. He has since worked across theatre, film, television and voiceovers with directors such as Laurie Sansom (current AD National Theatre of Scotland), James Farrell (Nameless Theatre and RSC Associate Director) and Jamie Rocha Allan (Assistant Director: Frantic Assembly + Associate Director, RSC).
His theatre credits include: Tyke (Arts Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe), The Lost Carnival: The Battle of the Carnivals (LAS Theatre/Wild Rumpus Theatre ), The Dumb Waiter (Maltings Arts Theatre, St Albans), The Bacche (Royal & Derngate) and The Crucible (Looking Glass Theatre).
Joseph has also starred in the television programmes: Birdsong (Working Title) and William and Mary (Granada Television).
Joseph will play the character of Algernon Moncrieff in Bruiser's production of The Importance of Being Earnest.