Al Nedjari

Al Nedjari

Al Nedjari trained at the Poor School in London.

Co-founder of Gecko.

At the National: My Brilliant FriendWar Horse (also in the West End) and Nation; and From Morning to Midnight (as movement director)

Other theatre includes: The Scared Flame for English Touring Theatre; Crow for Greenwich Dance Agency; The Flint Street Nativity at Hull Truck; Slave: A Question of Freedom at Riverside Studios; Buried Alive and Beasts and Beauties at Hampstead; Messiah: Scenes from a Crucifixion for East Productions; Nativity at Birmingham Rep; Demons and Dybbuks, The Black Dahlia and The Cherry Orchard for Method and Madness Ensemble; and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Lyric Hammersmith.

As movement artist: Tailor’s DummiesThe Race and The Arab and The Jew.

As movement director theatre includes Uncle Vanya at West Yorkshire Playhouse; and Twelfth Night at Regent's Park. Associate direction includes The Proms ‘Prom 22: War Horse at the Royal Albert Hall. 

Bridgerton, Holby City, Berlin Station, The Bill and Coronation Street.

Lost in London, Franz Fanon: Black Skin White Mask and Strong Language.

As movement artist: Gravity.

(Published November 2019)