CURRENT & FORTHCOMING WORK

 

2022

Antigone by Hollie McNish (CUSC, Scarborough)

Henry VI by Shakespeare (BOVTS)

Cinderella in a new version by Nick Lane (Stephen Joseph Theatre)

 

 

 

PAST WORK

2021

Women of Troy by Euripides, in a new version by Don Taylor (Feature film for LAMDA)

Troilus & Cressida by Shakespeare (BOVTS)

Jack & the Beanstalk in a new version by Nick Lane (Stephen Joseph Theatre)

2020

The Hoard:Re-Discovered (series of short films for New Vic, Stoke) 

All Change Please by Rachel Parris (tour)  

2019     

A Christmas Carol by Patrick Barlow (Theatre by the Lakes, Keswick)

Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward  (Pitlochry Festival Theatre)

Henry V  by William Shakespeare (Shakespeare's Rose Theatre - York)

Martha, Josie & the Chinese Elvis by Charlotte Jones (Stephen Jospeh & New Vic Theatres)

 

2018     

The Wizard of Oz by Arlen & Harburg (Pitlochry Festival Theatre)

The Rise & Fall of Little Voice by Jim Cartwright (Pitlochry Festival Theatre)

Before the Party by Rodney Ackland (Pitlochry Festival Theatre)

Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare (The Orange Tree Theatre)

Playground Victories (devised with Light the Fuse)

 

2017    

Austentatious (Udderbelly, Edinburgh)

Keynote by Rachel Parris (Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh) 

Mirror Image by Charlotte Gittins (Laughing Horse @Espionage, Edinburgh)

King Lear by William Shakespeare (The Orange Tree Theatre)

Beryl by Maxine Peake (The New Vic & Stephen Joseph Theatres)

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare (Guildford Shakespeare Company)

2016    

Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker (Redgrave Theatre, Bristol)

The Legend of White Bear Lake by Caroline Wigmore & Jen Green (YMT & Barbican Theatre, Plymouth)

Unreachable by Anthony Neilson (Associate Director) (The Royal Court)

Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare (The Orange Tree Theatre)

 

2015     

Larksong by Chris Bush (The New Vic Theatre)

The Gift by Jemma Kennedy (The New Vic Theatre)

The Hoard Table Plays by various inc. Isy Suttie, April de Angelis (The New Vic Theatre)

                                         

2014     

Road by Jim Cartwright (Circomedia, Bristol)

Full Stop. by Gemma Fairlie & Neil Bettles (Lyric Hammersmith / GDIF / Latitude / Watford Palace)

Catfish! the Musical by Gemma Fairlie & Alex Rudd (Lyric Hammersmith & YMT)

 

2006 - 2013 Highlights  

The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare (Oxford Shakespeare Company)

What Happens in the Winter by Sonia Hughes (w/ Vicki Amedume) (Upswing Aerial Company, UK Tour)

Bee Detective by Sophie Wooley (Cultural Olympiad - Southbank Centre & UK Tour)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare (Oxford Shakespeare Company)

The Littlest Quirky by Naomi Cortes (Theatre Royal, Bath)

Fightface by Sophie Woolley (Lyric Hammersmith Studio & Decibel Theatre, MCR)

Hangover Square by Patrick Hamilton (Finborough Theatre)

Hallelujah by Jane Brodie (Theatre503)

When to Run by Sophie Woolley (Soho Studio & UK Tour)

Eden’s Empire* by James Graham (Finborough Theatre)

Silence* by Moira Buffini (The Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon)

 

FURTHER THEATRICAL CREDITS:

Associate Director, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, 2017 - 2019

Associate Director, Theatre503, 2014 - 2016

Associate Director, The Hoard Festival, New Vic Theatre, 2015 - 2016

Assistant Director to Trevor Nunn, King Lear & The Seagull, R.S.C. World Tour, 2008-2009

 

EDUCATIONAL WORK:

Educational Associate Practitioner, Royal Shakespeare Company, 2004 - present

Workshop Leader, Shakespeare Birthplace, 2010 - present

Director & Workshops Director, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, 2013 - present

Director & Workshops Director, LIPA, 2014 - 2016

Director, Youth Musical Theatre, 2013 - present

 

AWARDS*, BURSARIES & TRAINING:

  • SD:UK, (Mentor - Jeremy Herrin) 

  • Chicago Directors’ Lab, 2010

  • Shakespeare Globe, Assistant to Head of Text, 2009

  • Old Vic New Voices New York Exchange, 2009

  • National Theatre’s Young Director’s Course, 2006

  • Young Director’s Bursary, The Gate Theatre, 2006

*Eden’s Empire, Winner of Catherine Johnson Award, 2007

*Silence, Time Out Critics Choice, 2006