Kate Golledge

Associate Director

Directing Credits include: Treasure Island, Junior Claus, The Nightingale, Red Riding Hood and Fantastic Mr Fox (Singapore Repertory Theatre, as Associate Artist); Jerry’s Girls (St James Theatre and Jermyn Street); Prodigy (National Youth Music Theatre, St James Theatre); Stroke of Luck (Park Theatre, Finsbury Park); Celeste (Workshop and Capitol Club, Rome); Claus (From Page To Stage Season of New Musicals, Landor Theatre); Passport to Pimlico (a new adaptation, performed on location in and around the streets of Pimlico, SouthWestFest); Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus (UK Tour and Edinburgh Festival); The Road To Qatar (From Page To Stage Season of New Musicals, Landor Theatre and Edinburgh Festival); Parade and Spring Awakening (Pleasance Theatre, London); Carmen (Promenade production, Opera La Goziniere); Daisy Pulls It Off (The Lost Theatre); Betwixt! (King’s Head Theatre and Ambassadors’ Theatre); Six Women With Brain Death (Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh and Soho Theatre Studio); Sweethearts (Finborough Theatre); NewsRevue (Canal CafeĢ); Be The Star You Are (2 Boroughs Project, Young Vic); Back to Before – A Celebration of the Collaborations of Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens, Footloose and Princess Ida (ArtsEd); Kiss Me Kate (Mountview); The Sunshine Gang (The MTA) and Honk, Once On This Island and A Hollywood Party (Trinity College of Music), and the short film Born Yesterday.

Associate/ Resident Directing Credits include: The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium); Sweet Charity (Menier Chocolate Factory and Theatre Royal Haymarket); Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine (Menier Chocolate Factory and Trafalgar Studios); Bridgetower – A Fable of 1807 (a new jazz opera, UK Tour, English Touring Opera)
Assistant Credits include: The Doorway Project (led by Phyllida Lloyd and Kate Flatt, Young Vic); Julius Caesar (Director: Deborah Warner, Barbican Theatre); Daddy Cool (Shaftesbury Theatre); Get Carter (Red Shift Theatre Company, UK Tour); and Salome (Royal Opera House).
Awards include: JMK Trust Award finalist (2009) with The Crucible

Training: Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts.