DIRECTING

Jeremy creates and devises visually poetic, intriguing and
curious theatre. He is influenced and inspired by Jacques Tati,
Jan Svankmajer, Keaton, Chaplin, Alan Watts and Rumi. His
directing work has been described as image-based theatre,
funny, compelling, dream like, philosophical, moving, and
transformational.


2011
Calibania
(for Crosspath Theatre Company)
Tristan Bates Theatre


The Last Train To Christmas
(Actor´s Guild Showcase)
Leicester Square Theatre


As Happy As Larry
in Production



2010 - 2011
Are There More Of You?
Brighton Festival / Edinburgh Festival
Touring
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2010
Are There More of You?
Brighton Festival

2009
The Happiness of Edgar Allan Poe
Freiberg Festival, Germany

Are There More of You?
King’s Head London & UK touring

2008
The Circus of Lost Souls
The Mountview Academy, London

Are There More of You?
Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough


2007
Newley – The Singer & His Songs
(For Big Tree Productions in Association with James Seabright)
Edinburgh Festival

Are There More of You?
(For Skilhardy Productions)
Pleasance, Edinburgh & London
Etcetera Theatre, London
Pacific Playhouse

2006
Newley – The Singer & His Songs
Tristan Bates Theatre, Actors Centre

There’s no-one Here Called Carol
White Bear Theatre, London
You’re Never Too Old For a Teddy Bear
White Bear Theatre, London

2005
Circus of Awareness
Tristan Bates Theatre, Actors Centre

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Two Royal commissions

2004
On Reflection
Royal Albert Hall
2002
The Private View
Royal Academy of Art

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The Conspirators of Pleasure Company

2002-2004

Artistic Director of a pool of multi-skilled, international
performing artists. All productions supported by and
premiered at the Tristan Bates Theatre, at the Actors Centre,
London. See www.actorscentre.co.uk

Quiet Please, Who Goes There, No Snow, A Special Delivery, &
The Macbeth Project
Tristan Bates Theatre, Actors Centre

Get Wet
White Bear Theatre, London

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The Alice’s Diner Company

1989-1999

With ex-members of Keith Johnstone’s Theatre Machine,
Roddy Maude-Roxby and Ben Benison, and Michael Mulkerrin,
and Alice Purcell, Jeremy co-devised and performed innovative
new improvisational theatre, including:

Alice's Diner
Bush Theatre & National Theatre

Oh You Saucy Dish
International Festival of Visual Theatre
Battersea Arts Centre
Roxy Theatre, Prague

On Soft Verges
White Bear

Egg Peel
Battersea Arts Centre

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O’Well Productions

1981-1983

With Hugh, O’Neill, co-wrote and directed a play about the artist
and former Beatles bass player.

Stu – Scenes From The Life Of Stuart Sutcliffe
Bromley Little Theatre and
Beatle City Exhibition Centre, Liverpool


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