Dominic trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He has since worked extensively in theatre, both in the West End and throughout the UK's top regional venues.
His recent work includes a solo adaptation of A Christmas Carol, directed by Tim Carroll, a world premiere of Samuel Beckett's Old Earth which was a collaboration with The Sixteen, starring Alan Howard, and The Tempest at the Barbican directed by Jonathan Holmes.
Dominic also created the role of Harry Edgington in the award-winning Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall: a co-production with the Chichester Festival, Bristol Old Vic and Hampstead Theatres.
Other theatre work includes: The Merchant of Venice (Queens Theatre Hornchurch); The Poor Soldier (Theatre Royal Bury); An Ideal Husband(Peter Hall Production); Northanger Abbey (Salisbury Playhouse); Macbeth (Exeter Northcott) and The Pickwick Papers (Middle Temple Hall).
His West End credits include: Les Miserables and Man and Boy...
As a director and teacher Dominic has coached both BA Acting and MA Musical Theatre students at Central and the Rutgers students at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. In the summer he will also be coaching singers in Shakespeare at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland.