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Charlotte joined The Bush as a Creative Associate in 2008; directing Nancy Harris's 'Little Dolls' as part of The Bush's Broken Space Season.
Charlotte is also the Founder and Artistic Director of ANGLE Theatre; where she initiated a project that actively targeted raw, local and talented writers from across three boroughs in East London. This led to: TriANGLE09 at Hackney Empire; ANGLE's inaugural new play season, where she directed 'Commercial Rd ' and 'The Sea at Night'; and which won a Peter Brook Award in 2008.
Before coming to the Bush, Charlotte was Director on Attachment at The National Theatre Studio where she directed new plays such as: 'Love in a Glass Jar' by Nancy Harris, and 'Lobster' by Russell Barr; and her past directing credits include: a revival of 'Knives and Hens' by David Harrower for Bath Theatre Royal, 'The Confederate' by Simon Bent a new play, inspired by Hurricane Katrina (Paines Plough/Trafalgar Studios,) 'Men Should Weep' by Ena Lamont Stewart (Oxford Stage Company/The Citizens Theatre,) 'Riders to The Sea, The Shadow of the Glen and The Tinkers Wedding' by JM Synge and 'Everything Must Go' by Stephen Sharkey (The Southwark Playhouse,) 'The Blood of Others '(The Arcola Theatre,)'The Conservatory' (The Old Red Lion Theatre,) and 'The Country of the Blind' (The Gate Theatre.)
Charlotte began her career as an Assistant Director at The Royal Court Theatre, The Gate and at Theatre Gerard-Phillippe in Paris, before being invited to join the National Theatre Studio Directors course. The Bush Theatre has always been a goldmine of new writers and a major source of inspiration for Charlotte; and she is thrilled and delighted to be part of its team.