In Conversation with Richard Gadd and Lynette Linton

Join writer and performer Richard Gadd (Baby Reindeer) and our Artistic Director Lynette Linton for an informal conversation and Q&A.

Learn about their journeys as artists and how they approach their work in different genres – from live comedy and theatre to film and television. There will also be a chance for you to ask your own questions to Richard and Lynette!

Richard Gadd is a writer, performer and comedian. He won the Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre for Baby Reindeer, and his previous show Monkey See, Monkey Do won the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Comedy Show. Richard has written on Netflix’s Sex Education, and an eight-part TV adaptation of Baby Reindeer is currently in development with Clerkenwell for Netflix UK.

Lynette Linton is a writer and director, and is Artistic Director of the Bush. At the Bush, she directed Chiaroscuro and will be directing House of Ife and August in England as part of the upcoming 50th birthday season. Previously, she directed Sweat (Donmar Warehouse/West End) which won the 2019 Evening Standard Play of the Year award. Coming up this year are her BBC debut with film My Name Is Leon, and her National Theatre debut with Blues for an Alabama Sky.

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