Charlotte Gwinner

Charlotte was Interim Head of Artistic Programme at Clean Break from 2017-19 and Associate Director at Sheffield Theatres from 2014-16 where she directed five shows across the main house and studio including Waiting for Godot; Sarah Kane Season: 4:48 Psychosis and Crave; Benefactors and The Distance (in co-production with The Orange Tree).

In 2013 she won a Quercus Award, a partnership between the NT and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, and spent a year as Associate Director at the Everyman & Playhouse where she directed A View from the Bridge on the Playhouse stage.

She was previously Associate Director at the Bush Theatre where she directed Our New Girl, Little Dolls, The Knowledge and 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover.

Other directing credits include Anhedonia and Bytes (Royal Court Theatre); Taking Part (Criterion Theatre); The Uncertainty Files (Paines Plough); Knives and Hens (The Ustinov, Theatre Royal Bath); Men Should Weep (Oxford Stage Company/The Citizens Theatre); Riders to the Sea, The Shadow of the Glen, The Tinker’s Wedding and Everything Must Go (Southwark Playhouse); The Blood of Others (Arcola Theatre); The Country of the Blind (Gate Theatre). 

Charlotte was Artistic Director and Founder of ANGLE Theatre, producing and directing three new plays for its inaugural season TriANGLE09 at Hackney Empire, which won a Peter Brook Award, and producing a second season at the Bush as it moved into its new home.