Dominic Tighe has Propeller credits that include Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew (Royal Shakespeare Company, The Old Vic, UK and international tour). His recent theatre credits that include Aspects of Love (dir. Trevor Nunn, Menier Chocolate Factory), All at Sea (National Theatre Studio), Hot Mikado (dir. Craig Revel Horwood, The Watermill Theatre, UK and international tours), The Importance of Being Earnest (Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park), Arden of Faversham (White Bear), Orvin (dir. Alan Ayckbourn, SJT, Scarborough Theatre), Jean de Florette (Centreline Productions), Oklahoma! (NYMT and Peacock Theatre), and The Dreaming (NYMT and Royal Opera House, Linbury Studio). Film and television credits include The Donor, "Penned and Pledged," "Hotel Babylon," and "Footballers' Wives." In 2008, Mr. Tighe received a commendation at the Ian Charleson Awards from the National Theatre and Sunday Times for his work with Propeller. With the vocal quartet Blake, he recorded two albums on Universal Records; their debut album won Album of the Year at the Classical BRIT Awards in 2008. Mr. Tighe trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.