Tamara Harvey returns to the Bush to direct. Her previous credits for the company include Resillience as part of Steve Water’s The Contingency Plan and tHe dYsFUnCKshOnalZ!. In the West End, she has directed Plague Over England (also the original production at the Finborough), One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (Co-Director) and Whipping It Up (Olivier Award nominee, Best New Comedy, from the original production at the Bush by Terry Johnson). Her other theatre work includes Dancing at Lughnasa (Birmingham Rep), Tell Me On A Sunday (UK tour), the premiere of Alistair McGowan’s Timing, Who’s The Daddy? (King’s Head Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe), Bedroom Farce (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Romeo and Juliet (Theatre of Memory at Middle Temple Hall), Rock (UK tour), Touch Wood, Purvis, Storm In A Tea Chest, The Prodigal Son (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough), Closer (Royal Theatre, Northampton), One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (UK tour), Bash (Trafalgar Studios), An Hour And A Half Late (Theatre Royal Bath and UK tour), The Importance Of Being Earnest (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, USA), Sitting Pretty (Watford Palace), Markings (Southwark Playhouse/Traverse, Edinburgh), The Graduate (UK tour), Young Emma and Something Cloudy, Something Clear (Finborough), The Lion, The With And The Wardrobe (Maitisong, Botswana). Tamara spent much of 2010 directing the theatre plays that form an integral part of Roland Emmerich’s new film, Anonymous. She is a trustee of the Peggy Ramsay Foundation, a selector for the National Student Drama Festival and is a member of the 2011 panel for the George Devine Award for most Promising Playwright.