Jeremy Herrin

Jeremy Herrin trained at RSAMD

Jeremy Herrin was previously Artistic Director of Headlong. 

For the National: The Visit, or the Old Lady Comes to CallCommon (co-production with Headlong), The Plough and the Stars, People, Places and Things (co-production with Headlong; also West End, UK tour and in New York), This House (also Chichester and West End), Statement of Regret

In London's West End: Labour of LoveThe NetherThat FaceSouth DownsAbsent FriendsDeath and the Maiden

Other productions include: Other productions include: Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies for the RSC, West End and on Broadway; All My Sons at the Old Vic; JunkyardThe Absence of War and The Nether for Headlong; Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme on international tour; The Tempest and Much Ado About Nothing at Shakespeare’s Globe; Almost Famous at the Old Globe, San Diego; Noises Off at the Lyric Hammersmith and West End; Haunted ChildThe HereticKinSpur of the MomentOff the EndzThe PrioryTusk TuskThe Vertical Hour and That Face at the Royal Court; South Downs and Uncle Vanya at Chichester; The Moderate Soprano at Hampstead; Children's Children at the Almeida; Marble at the Abbey, Dublin; The Family Reunion at the Donmar; Blackbirdat Market Theatre, Johannesburg; Gathered Dust and Dead SkinThe LoversDirty NetsOur Kind of FunSudden Collapses in Public PlacesToastSmack Family RobinsonAttachmentsFrom the UnderworldThe Last PostPersonal BelongingsNE1 and Knives in Hens at Live Theatre Newcastle. 

UnprecedentedSittingTalking HeadsCold Calling

Linked (short), Brexit Shorts (series of short films with the Guardian), The Inventor, Dead TerryWarmth

South Downs, Flare Path, The Vertical Hour

Wolf Hall – Evening Standard Award for Best Director; Olivier and Tony award nominations

This House – Olivier nomination for Best Director; Olivier nomination for Best Revival

Labour of Love – Olivier Award for Best Comedy

The Priory – Olivier Award for Best Comedy

Tusk Tusk – Evening Standard Best Director nomination

Noises Off – Tony nomination for Best Revival 

(Published April 2021)