Peter is a stage and screen actor and is also an experienced voice over, stand-up comedian and presenter.
“My favourite performance of the night came from Peter Halpin as Paul; his acting was strong, his character believable and you just enjoyed watching him.”
“Peter Halpin, who plays Paul, is arguably the star of the show. His acting is impeccable and his ability to switch his emotions cannot be flawed. Whilst acting drunk maybe be extremely difficult he achieves it with ease, stumbling around clumsily and his slurred speech adds to his comical endeavours.”
“… the plot makes interesting shifts and the characters… are well written and fully realised. This is particularly true in the case of Paul, played effortlessly by Peter Halpin. Utterly convincing, Halpin intuitively communicates his character’s identity struggles with great skill. It is credit to both the writing and the performance that we empathise with Paul throughout.”
"Peter Halpin does a sterling job too, having taken on the pivotal role of the Major at very short notice"
"Peter Halpin's meticulous Major Quentin is hugely entertaining"
"Peter Halpin steps into the breach to assume the role of Quentin with self-assurance and clarity, thriving on the confidence of the close-knit cast to encapsulate his character’s bold and brash nature"
Peter Halpin, [plays] one of the main roles of Major Quentin... it seems difficult to imagine the play without him playing the part.
"Indeed, the whole cast make the very best of the plays. Had it not been announced on posters at the venue that Halpin was the understudy, one would be none the wiser – his performance was in the same class as the other three: he was always in just the right place with just the right look on his face"