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Jeremy Herrin

For the National:


For the National Theatre: After Life; The Visit; The Plough and the Stars; Statement of RegretPeople, Places & Things (National Theatre/ Headlong/ West End/ UK tour/ St Ann’s Warehouse); This House (National Theatre/ Chichester Festival Theatre/ West End); 

Other theatre includes: A Mirror (Trafalgar Theatre/Almeida); Ulster American (Riverside Studios); Best of Enemies (Young Vic/ West End, South Bank Show Award for Best Theatre Production); The Dumb WaiterAll My Sons (The Old Vic); Labour of Love (West End, Olivier Award for Best Comedy); The Glass Menagerie; The Nether; That Face; South Downs; Absent Friends; Death and the Maiden; (West End); Wolf Hall; Bring Up the Bodies(RSC/ West End/ Broadway, Evening Standard Award for Best Director); Junkyard; The Absence of War; (Headlong); Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (Headlong/Abbey Theatre/International Tour); The Tempest; Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe);  Noises Off (Broadway/Lyric Hammersmith/ West End); Haunted Child; The Heretic; Kin; Spur of the Moment; Off the Endz; The Priory (Olivier Award for Best Comedy); Tusk Tusk; The Vertical Hour; That Face (Royal Court); The House They Grew Up InUncle Vanya (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Moderate Soprano (West End/Hampstead Theatre); Marble (The AbbeyTheatre); The Family Reunion (Donmar Warehouse); Blackbird (Market Theatre, Johannesburg).

Jeremy Herrin was previously Deputy Artistic Director of The Royal Court, Associate Director at Live Theatre Newcastle upon Tyne, and Artistic Director of Headlong.

With Alan Stacey and Rob O’Rahilly, he is a Founding Director of Second Half Productions.