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Who is Tony Rowlands 51 : Swansea carer cleared of neglect of vulnerable adults

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A Swansea caregiver was acquitted of neglect and abuse of vulnerable adults in his care after a jury failed to reach a verdict.

Tony Rowlands, 51, of Neath, denied a charge of willful mistreatment or neglect of a person at Frood House in Clydach in July 2017.

The prosecution offered no further evidence during a hearing at Swansea Crown Court.

The judge dismissed the charge against Mr. Rowlands.

During the same trial, two other carers were found guilty of ill-treatment or willful neglect of vulnerable people at Gower Lodge, Swansea.

Douglas Stephens of Carmarthenshire was convicted of four counts and Anthony John Thomas of Swansea was found guilty of two counts.

The two men will be sentenced at a later date.

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Lead Actor in Repertoire with The Crucible, Sheffield, Theater Royal, Lincoln, Arts Theater, Ipswich, Crewe Theater, The Forum, Billingham, Palace Theater, Westcliff, New Theater, Bromley, the Grand, Swansea and New Theater, Hull. More than sixty professional roles include Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Mercury in Plautus Amphitheater, Richard Rich in A Man For All Seasons, Tom in The Knack, the MC in Oh What a Lovely War, Teddy Graham in Rattigan’s Flare Path, and Elyot in Private Lives of Noel Coward.

Member of the Royal Shakespeare Company

He worked with directors Trevor Nunn and Peter Wood, and singing teacher Cicely Berry. Productions included Coriolanus, with Nicol Williamson, and Tom Stoppard’s Transvestites.

Member of the 1974 season of London’s BubbleTheatre. Director: GlenWalford. Appearances included the title role on The Jack the Ripper Show, First Voice on Under Milk Wood, and Barry Smart on the contrived London Pub Show. Rowlands is great! Stage.

West End appearances include John Galsworthy’s Justice in St Martin’s. He has also toured in operetta, performed in pantomime with Cyril Fletcher and on stand-up at London’s Comedy Store.

His television and film work spans plays

Documentary presentations, dubbing, and commercials. Notable appearances include the BBC’s Over Sea and Under Stone, The Adventurer, Dr Who, and the BBC’s documentary Perpetual Motion.

Tony Rowlands has written and directed for theater. His first work, The Family Joke, was featured at the Young Vic Studio, and his two-person magazine, High Bridges, was well received at the London Fringe. He has directed a host of student drama during seventeen years of teaching at Bristol schools and universities, including Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls, Mother Courage, A Midsummer Night’s Dream,

As You Like It, and his own thriller The Mystery of Studio One. He directed Garrick’s Miss in her Teens at the Georgian Theater in Richmond for the Department of Drama at the University of Bristol. Founding Director of Bristol’s Other SideTheatre Co. Work to date includes a production of his own play

Five Survive at the Hen & Chicken Theater, Under Milk Wood, and his own one-man show Telling Tales of Drunkenness, Cruelty and OFSTED . He designed and built The Blitz Experience, a hands-on historical project for schools, complete with a full-size Anderson shelter, for which he wrote a radio play accompanied by Balloons Over Barton Hill.

He has been a theater critic for T.E.S. and Bristol’s VENUE magazine, he has just published his first book of poetry, The Night Before OFSTED Came, and rejoices in the title of M.A. in Drama from the University of Bristol. He is married to Bethan and has two grown children, Jessica and Elinor.

Height 5’8 “. Experienced sailor, carpenter and painter. Does not fall off a horse. He sings more or less in tune, and once danced professionally at the Marlowe Theater, Canterbury.

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