Katharine Williams

For the Royal Court: Men in the Cities, Not I, The Westbridge.

Other theatre includes: Two Man Show, The Darkest Corners (RashDash); Gagarin Way (Dundee Rep); Women in Power (Nuffield, Southampton); All of Me, Status (China Plate); Education, Education, Education (Wardrobe Ensemble); Flood – Part Four (SlungLow); Instructions for Border Crossing, Going Viral, Error 404 (Daniel Bye); Big Guns (Yard); Medea (Bristol Old Vic); An Injury (Permanent Red); Am I Dead Yet?, You Have Been Upgraded, The Noise (Unlimited); Ode to Leeds (Leeds Playhouse); The Croydon Avengers (Harrogate); The Rivals (Watermill); The Department of Distractions, Partus (Third Angel); Dealer’s Choice (Royal & Derngate, Northampton); Dolls (National Theatre of Scotland).

Dance includes: Faeries (ROH); Underdrome (Roundhouse); Outre (South Bank); I Am Falling (Gate/Sadler’s Wells).

Opera includes: Adriano in Syria (Britten); The Faerie Queene (Middle Temple Hall); Bluebeard (Ovideu Opera House); Death Actually (Toynbee Hall); The Rape of Lucretia (Aldeburgh).

Film includes: I lit the Half-Light.

Music & concerts include: The Pleasure Garden, The Ring, The Lodger, Downhill, Champagne (BFI Hitchcock Season); Resonance at the Still Point of Change (South Bank); The Butterly Effect (Hong Kong Festival).

As writer, theatre includes: Walk with Me (VAULT Festival).

Katharine was lead artist on the Love Letters to the Home Office project and the founder of Crew for Calais. She worked as documentary filmmaker on Clare Duffy’s Extreme Light North project in Shetland and Canada.