Corey Peterson

Corey Peterson has trained with the National Theatre Young Studio, at Trinity College USA, the Almeida Young Company and the Lyric Hammersmith Ensemble. He is the resident poet at the Barbican and Roundhouse and is a winner of the National Youth Theatre Spoken Word Competition.

At the National: Faith, Hope and Charity.

Other theatre includes: F Off, Southbank NYE and Strawman for the National Youth Theatre; Cacophony at the Almeida; You Must Learn to Understand (also writer, director and choreographer) at the Almeida, Battersea Arts Centre and the Roundhouse; Why is the Sky Blue? at Southwark Playhouse; Stolen Roots at the Tricycle; Wired and Hold his Heart (also writer and director) at Platform Islington; Brainstorm at the Royal Albert Hall; Me to You at Ignition and Theatre Royal East; The Centre at the Pleasance; and Frank and Ferdinand at Soho Theatre.



(Published September 2019)