Bronwen Carr
Joint Artistic Director

Bronwen trained at Drama Studio London and was selected for the National Theatre Studio Directors’ Course in 2006.

Her directing work for Out of Order Theatre has included Tail of Two Dogs (Dylan Thomas Centre, Dylan Thomas Festival, Swansea), Touch of the Devil (King’s Head), Trifles and Yesterdays’ News (with Emma Blundell and Kamaal Hussain) as part of The Smoke Festival 2010. She also acted as Artistic Director for the Festival.

Other recent directing work has included Willy Wonka Explained at the Pleasance Edinburgh, Limbo, (Sideways Theatre Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham), Mental (for the Comedy Project) at Soho Theatre, Elizabeth II and Disappearing (Rehearsed reading for the Arcola 2010 Austrian Season), Call Me if You Feel Too Happy at the Edinburgh Fringe, The Old Red Lion and on international tour and the World Premiere of Joanna Baillie’s Witchcraft at the Finborough Theatre.

Other directing work to date has included: The Prince of Milton Keynes at the King's Head, Stiff Acrylic (Fortress Productions), Woodland (Old Red Lion), Hollow (Rehearsed reading, Auroralight), I Was Writing this Diary for You Sasha at the Imperial War Museum, Stalker at the Soho, A Patch of Blue at the King’s Head, Powerless (Baron’s Court Theatre), I Have Been Here Before at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and Two Noble Kinsmen at Theatre 503.

Assisting has included Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Lyric), The Master Builder (Tour/Albery), the British premiere of The Goat (Almeida/Apollo) and Night of the Iguana (Lyric) all with Anthony Page. She also assisted Lucy Bailey on Gumbo Jumbo (BAC) and was Associate Director on Sophie Woolley’s award winning When to Run at The Soho Theatre.

Bronwen will be directing Stockholm for 3P Entertainment in April 2011, Real Love in July 2011 in Eastbourne to support Macmillan Cancer Care and Phaedra’s Love by Sarah Kane for Reduced Circumstances in September 2011 at the new Arcola Theatre.

Emma Blundell