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Christopher Haydon


Christopher is Artistic Director at the Gate Theatre and formerly an Associate Director at the Bush Theatre. Credits at the Gate include: DIARY OF A MADMAN (also Traverse Theatre), THE IPHIGENIA QUARTET, THE CHRISTIANS (also Traverse Theatre, winner: Fringe First), GROUNDED (Traverse Theatre, Studio Theatre Washington DC, national and international tour; winner: Fringe First, Best Production – Off West End Awards) IMAGE OF AN UNKNOWN YOUNG WOMAN (winner: Best Production, Off West End Awards), THE EDGE OF OUR BODIES, TROJAN WOMEN, PURPLE HEART, THE PROPHET, WITTENBURG.

His other theatre credits include TWELVE ANGRY MEN (Birmingham Rep/West End/national tour), SIXTY-SIX BOOKS, IN THE BEGINNING (Bush Theatre/Westminster Abbey); A SAFE HARBOUR FOR ELIZABETH BISHOP (Southbank Centre); GRACE, PRESSURE DROP (On Theatre); DEEP CUT (Sherman Cymru/National Tour); MONSTERS, NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND (Arcola); A NUMBER (Salisbury Playhouse). Short Films include: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW/TWO GENTLEMAN OF VERONA (Globe Theatre) DEVIL IN THE DETAIL (Royal Court/Guardian). As a journalist he has written for: The Scotsman, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Guardian, The New Statesman, The Stage and Prospect Magazine. He is the co-editor of three books: Conversations on Religion, Conversations on Truth (Continuum) and Identity and Identification (Black Dog).

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