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Haruka Kuroda


Haruka Kuroda is a British Academy of Dramatic Combat-certified instructor and an intimacy professional certified by Moving Body Arts.


For the National Theatre: Underdog: The Other Other Brontë (also Northern Stage)

In London’s West End: Beyond the Fence a new musical at the Arts

Other theatre includes: as intimacy and fight director, includes Romeo & Juliet at New Wolsey; Ghosts and Titus Andronicus at Shakepeare’s Globe; untitled/f**k m*ss s**gon play at the Royal Exchange, Manchester and the Young Vic; Miss Saigon for Sheffield Theatres; Starcrossed at Wilton’s Music Hall; The Woods at Southwark Playhouse; and All My Sons at Queen’s, Hornchurch. As fight director, credits include The Red Lion at New Wolsey; The Comedy of Errors at Colchester Mercury; The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson at Park Theatre; Love Letters: The Musical and Neville’s Island at Queen’s, Hornchurch; Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet for Guildford Shakespeare Company; Pink Sari Revolution at Leicester Curve; Kanye the First for High Tide; Harajuku Girls at Finborough; Yeh Shen and Last Days of the Limehouse at Yellow Earth Theatre; Incognito at the Gate; Knock Yourself Out at the Courtyard; Sound of a Voice at the Arcola; Robin Hood at North Devon; TOAD at Southwark Playhouse; Running the Silk Road at the Barbican; and King Arthur at the Orange Tree

TV and film

as intimacy coordinator: Protection, Rivals, Such Brave Girls, Silent Witness, Real Friend, History of a Pleasure Seeker, Culprits, Strike: Troubled Blood, Life After Life, Sherwood and Superhoe


(Updated March 2024.)