The Photo 'Emile' by Nick Dolding won the 2018 Portraiture Award and the UK National Award for the Sony World Photography competition.
Emile features in Loretta Fahrenholz' Screen play 'Two A.M'. The socio-fiction film presents frightening analogies to a contemporary world under the influence of surveillance, capitalism, and newly emerging fascism.
A washed up roller disco champion must overcome his fear of returning to the rink to go on a roller skating date with the new girl at work.
NEVER BETTER Gloucester History Festival
Never Better aims to bring mental health to the foreground, by exploring our past treatment of mental health and combining it with real, day to day stories from individuals and communities living with mental ill health.
SHAKESPEARE UNDONE at the SS great Britain & Cutty Sark
This walkabout show by the Natural Theatre Company is an hilarious mash-up of Shakespearian text. Told promenade through the nooks and crannies of Brunel's SS Great Britain.
GETTING THE THIRD DEGREE UK Tour
This three hand play tells the powerful story of Laurie Cunningham, who came to prominence with West Bromwich Albion in the late 1970s. The first of the black footballing trio famously dubbed The Three Degrees.
THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL at The Egg Theatre Bath
"The company has reimagined this story with dazzling flair...The pimple (played by Emile Clarke, though it is his lawrence Llewwlyn Bowen-esque flamboyant Blakeney which is the real comedic joy). "- The Independent
"Emile Clarke makes a very welcome return, this time as the dapper Sir Percy, an unbeloved husband who keeps disappearing on unspecified trips and returning with nothing but a small Toblerone for his unimpressed wife"- The Stage
THE LITTLE MERMAID at The Egg Theatre Bath
"This little mermaid gives familial expectations and fairytale cliches a thorough dunking, proving that there’s a whole lot more to life than dying beautifully from unrequited love."- The Guardian
"The star, however, is the mullet-wearing, voguing Selkie (Emile Clarke), tasked with explaining to Morgan that, even in the English Riviera in the 1980s, not all people can marry who they wish."- The Stage
LOVE THE LIFE YOU LIVE...LIVE THE LIFE YOU LOVE at Leicester Curve Theatre
A magic realist staging exploring race, class, gender, identity, and our historical place within it.
Emile is also currently in pre-production for his satirical comedy series SAVEFVCE.