Charlotte Gwinner is an award winning theatre director and her recent credits include: Sunspots at Hampstead Theatre, Sarah Kane's 4:48 Psychosis and Crave at Sheffield Theatres, The Distance at the Orange Tree Theatre, and A View From The Bridge at the Everyman and Playhouse, Liverpool.
She has directed lots of new and classic plays including: The Knowledge and Our New Girl (Bush Theatre), Benefactors (Sheffield Theatres), and The Uncertainty Project (Paines Plough).
She was Associate Director for the Bush Theatre, under Josie Rourke in 2006, and was awarded a Quercus award in 2014 by the National Theatre, as well becoming Associate Director for Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse. She is currently an Associate Director at Sheffield Theatres.
It is wonderful news that someone with Charlotte's experience and background is keen to collaborate on a project investigating success, especially as Charlotte herself is interested in the various aspects that make a play successful. Charlotte will help us convert some of our and her ideas on success in a play destined to young children.
I'm looking forward to discuss the details with Charlotte and the rest of the team in September!