Petar Miloshevski is a London-based actor, performer and theatre-maker, who has been on stage since the age of eight. Born in Macedonia, he received his formal training in Drama Acting at the National Academy of Theatre and Film Art in Sofia, before moving to London where he completed his training with an MA in Advance Theatre Practice (Performance) at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Petar’s work in recent years has focused primarily on pioneering solo projects, featured in a range of chamber theatres, non-conventional venues as well as projects devised for site-specificevents across London, the UK and in Europe. He has performed in places like the Old Vic Tunnels, Doxtar – Brixton, Proud Camden Gallery, New Diorama Theatre, Shaw Theatre, Camden Peoples Theatre, Tristan Bates Theatre, Saddler’s Wells (Lilian Baylis Studio) and his shows have been selected to a range of European theatre Festivals in Germany, France, Romania, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia…
He devises his own scripts, sound, lighting, and sets, and his performances have been remarked for their cutting-edge combination of speech and physical theatre. Many who have observed his work, both in the UK and in continental Europe, have commented on how it brings together the best of both worlds: the discipline and mastery of dramatic structure emanating from Eastern European theatre schools, with the irreverent approach to the creative process which has become a trademark of British theatre making.
His solo-show, HOPE, was performed in theatres and international festivals around Europe,attracting outstanding press accolades and awards including:
“Best Actor Award” at the International Monodrama Festival in Bitola, Macedonia (2012)
"Most Original Show" at the International Monodrama Festival in Kiev, Ukraine (2013)
"Award for the transmission of impulses of the human soul though the language ofmovement and poetry" at the International Festival MOST in Hanover, Germany (2013).
Petar’s following solo-piece, THE BEAUTIFUL, originated as a 15-mins sketch commissioned by the Old Vic Tunnels London. He later developed into its current full-scale 55’ version, which was premiered at the Camden Fringe Festival in London in August 2013. For this project he collaborated with the outstanding young costume designer Antonella Petraccaro. THE BEAUTIFUL so far has been selected for the international theatre festivals in Germany, Belarus, Armenia and Macedonia receiving the highest praise from critics and won the following awards:
International Theatre Festival Mogilev in Belarus, March 2014
“An All-Rounder of an Artist Award” by the young jury of the festival
International Chamber Theatre Festival MOST in Hanover, April 2014
“Award for Artistic Quest for New Forms in Solo Theatre”
His solo-piece LOVE premiered in London in February 2015, as part of “FIRST – a Festival of Solo Performances”, attracting outstanding critical acclaim and audience response, and so far has been presented various festivals in the UK and Europe, atracting great reviews an awards.
"Award for Best Actor" at BABEL International Performance Art Festival Târgoviște, Romania, 2016
His latest solo-piece The Passion according to BIBI premiered in London in August 2018 as partof of the Camden Fringe. It was shoretlisted in Top 10 most exciting shows by the Time Out London and in Top 13 most anticipated shows, according to London's Evening Standard. Reviwers called it "totally different to anything before".