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Phyllida Lloyd


In London’s West End: The Threepenny Opera, Boston Marriage and Mary Stuart (also for the Donmar Warehouse and on Broadway), Mamma Mia! and TINA: The Tina Turner Musical (also internationally).

Other productions include: Artists and Admirers and The Virtuoso for the RSC; The Tempest, Julius Caesar and Henry IV at the Donmar Warehouse and in New York; Taming of the Shrew at The Public, NY; Josephine and I for the Bush and The Public, NY; Six Degrees of Separation, Hysteria and Wild East at the Royal Court; and The Rime of the Ancient Mariner at Old Vic Tunnels, Brooklyn Academy of Music and Epidavros.


Lloyd has also directed many operatic productions including works for the Royal Opera House and English National Opera and Opera North. Her work in opera has garnered an International Emmy, a FIPA d’Or and the Royal Philharmonic Society Award.


Herself (Sundance Festival 2020), The Iron Lady, Mamma Mia! (Golden Globe and BAFTA nomination) and Gloriana.


In 2010, Lloyd was awarded a CBE for her services to drama.

Henry IV – nominated for the South Bank Award

Herself – Sundance Festival 2020)

Mamma Mia! – Golden Globe and BAFTA nomination


(Updated June 2023)