The Theatre of the Wild, Beautiful and Damned is a carnival of delights leading somewhere you don’t want to go. Somewhere dark and cold, filled with the damp ambiguous shapes of things you’d hoped were forgotten. The company is the creation of Lee Mark Jones, a contemporary performance artist with a passion for the chaotic and surreal.
"I love Lee, he’s dangerous and doesn't give a f**k and I love that. I thought it was mad. Like, brilliant-mad some of it. And with real potential to go further, and funny. You're on to something. I was so glad to be there”
“I intend to attract a new kind of audience which does not usually go to the theatre; an audience craving strange journeys of darkness, horror, suspense, and wonder. All these thrills we will provoke into life, in the flesh, breathing and bleeding on stage, and right in your face.”
Lee Mark Jones began singing in punk band Regular Wretches at the age of 15, leading to a wild and crazy journey touring the World with The Ramones, Motorhead, U2, Black Sabbath, L.A Guns, Motley Crue, Poison, ZZ Top, L.A Guns, Faster Pussycat, Bang Tango, U.F.O and many others. He was lead singer of The Gypsy Pistoleros who have released multiple albums and played sell-out international tours. Lee continues to release new solo material, though has become somewhat illusive & reclusive on the music scene as he pursues a new career in Theatre, acting, writing and film...
As an actor and performer Lee’s credits include 'Ticks' in Salem Kapsaski's Spidarlings (Apres Vague); the lead in British Acid Western The Stranger (Carnie Films); ‘The Clairvoyant’ in British horror White Goods by White Raven Films; and five films by North bank Entertainment including The Revenge of Robert the Doll, Theatre of Fear, Werewolves of the Third Reich and most recently Jurassic Predator by Andrew Jones' released through 4Digital Media & Sony productions. Due out July 2019 is ‘The Manson Family Massacre.