Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde


  • Main Auditorium
  • Fri 9 Feb - Sat 17 Feb
  • Adapted by David Edgar | Directed by Kate Saxon | Starring Phil Daniels
    A Rose Theatre Kingston and Touring Consortium Theatre Company co-production

Kate Saxon

Director

Kate is an Associate Artist of Shared Experience Theatre Company, Chair of Stage Directors UK and one of 15 female Film and TV directors in the inaugural BAFTA Elevate Group.

Theatre credits include: As You Like It (Shared Experience/Theatre by the Lake); Raj (Southwark Playhouse); The History Boys (Sell A Door Theatre Company); The Secret Garden (Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre); God of Carnage and The Years Between (Royal & Derngate); The Real Thing (West Yorkshire Playhouse/English Touring Theatre); Persuasion and The Secret Garden (Salisbury Playhouse); The Marriage of Figaro and  Bubbles (Watermill Theatre); Nine Parts of Desire (Wilma Theatre, USA, Winner of 2 Barrymore Awards); Romeo and Juliet (Ludlow Castle); The Unexpected Guest, The French Lieutenant’s Woman (Fulton Opera House, USA/ UK Tour); Far From the Madding Crowd (English Touring Theatre); Chains of Dew (Orange Tree); Arturo Ui (Watford Palace Theatre); Eva and Eve, Sniff, Where Light Through Yonder Window (Soho Theatre); After Miss Julie (Chapter Arts, Cardiff/ Ireland tour); Nine Parts of Desire (The Public Theater, New York); Hysteria and Humble Boy (Northcott Theatre, Exeter); Clearing the Colours and Caution! Trousers (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); Still/Life (Theatre Royal, Plymouth); Trust Byron (Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh/Gate Theatre); Adrenaline Heart (Arcola); Scratching the Facade (Birmingham Symphony Hall/Royal Ballet/Rep); Grimm Tales and The Little Prince (ATY, Anchorage; Alaska).

Opera credits include: L’equivico Stravagante (Garsington Opera, Choreographer) and La Boheme (Opera North, Revival Director).

Film and Television credits include: Capture the Flag (Voice Director, Goya Award for Best Animated Film 2015), Eastenders (returning director) and Doctors.

Additionally a Cinematic Director for video games, Kate has directed many, three of which have won BAFTAs: Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Alien: Isolation and Fable II.