Credits as Director include: MIDNIGHT (Union Theatre & Daemyung Culture Factory, Korea); NURSERY CRIMES; CHICKEN LITTLE; CHARLOTTE’S WEB; TREASURE ISLAND; JUNIOR CLAUS; THE NIGHTINGALE; RED RIDING HOOD and FANTASTIC MR FOX (Singapore Rep); DON’T TELL ME NOT TO FLY (Underbelly, Edinburgh); SUPER HERO: THE MUSICAL; BILLY THE KID; THE BATTLE OF BOAT and PRODIGY(NYMT); SNOW WHITE & ME (workshop); RED RIDING HOOD (Pleasance Theatre); JERRY’S GIRLS (St James Theatre); STROKE OF LUCK (Park Theatre); THE ROAD TO QATAR (See Venues, Edinburgh & Landor Theatre workshop); PASSPORT TO PIMLICO (SouthWestFest); THE SUNSHINE GANG (MTA); PARADE and SPRING AWAKENING (Pleasance Theatre, London Studio Centre); MEN ARE FROM MARS, WOMEN ARE FROM VENUS (UK Tour & Edinburgh); DAISY PULLS IT OFF (Lost Theatre); BETWIXT! (King’s Head & Ambassadors); SIX WOMEN WITH BRAIN DEATH (National Student Theatre Company, Edinburgh Pleasance & Soho Theatre Studio); SWEETHEARTS (Finborough); NEWSREVUE (Canal Café); BE THE STAR YOU ARE (Young Vic); short film BORN YESTERDAY (www.bornyesterday.tillyvision.co.uk); HONK! and A HOLLYWOOD PARTY (Trinity College of Music); FOOTLOOSE; PRINCESS IDA (Arts Ed).
Credits as Resident/Associate Director include: IMPOSSIBLE (UK & International Tour & West End); THE WIZARD OF OZ (London Palladium); SWEET CHARITY (Menier Chocolate Factory & Theatre Royal Haymarket); EDUCATING RITA and SHIRLEY VALENTINE (Menier Chocolate Factory & Trafalgar Studios).
Credits as Assistant Director: DADDY COOL (Dir: Andy Goldberg, Shaftesbury Theatre); THE DOORWAY PROJECT (dir. Phyllida Lloyd, Young Vic); GET CARTER (Dir: Jonathan Holloway, Red Shift Theatre Company).
Opera includes: A promenade production of CARMEN (Opera La Goziniere); children’s opera THE PIED PIPER (Opera North) and BRIDGETOWER – A FABLE OF 1807 (UK Tour, English Touring Opera). As project assistant: SALOME (Dir: David McVicar, Royal Opera House) and JULIUS CAESAR (Dir: Deborah Warner, Barbican).
Kate was one of the finalists in the 2009 JMK Trust Award for Young Directors with THE CRUCIBLE and is an Associate Artist for the Singapore Repertory Theatre.
MIDNIGHT strikes a chord at the Union Theatre
Directed by Kate Golledge, this new musical by Timothy Knapman and Laurence Mark Wythe, opened at the Union Theatre last week. It is based upon Elchin’s play Citizens of Hell, set in Soviet Azerbaijan in the last moments of 1937.
“A highly impactful, beautifully-crafted musical.”
“This piece of music theatre is an enthralling evening, imaginatively directed by Kate Golledge.”
“Director Kate Golledge gives the show a clever, energetic, staging’
“Essentially a three-handed psychological thriller, Kate Golledge’s production is superbly enhanced by the use of a ghostly actor-musician ensemble who complement and complicate the existence that our central couple have set up for themselves.”