Polly Bennett

For the Royal Court: Plaques & Tangles, hang.
Other theatre includes: Pomona (National/Royal Exchange, Manchester/Orange Tree); The Whipping Man (Theatre Royal, Plymouth); The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (Birmingham Rep); Dark Tourism (Park); People, Places & Things, Three Days in the Country, Nut (National); Songs for a New World, The Kingmaker (St James); The Famous Victories of Henry V (RSC); The Rise & Fall of Little Voice (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Birmingham Rep), The Angry Brigade (& UK Tour), Mudlarks (Bush); When the World Was Small (Genedlaethol Cymru); A Mad World My Masters (RSC/ETT); Dunsinane (National Theatre of Scotland/UK & International Tour), YEN (Royal Exchange, Manchester); The King’s Speech (Chichester Festival/Birmingham Rep); Come Fly With Me (Salisbury Playhouse); Hopelessly Devoted (Paines Plough/UK Tour); Helver’s Night (Theatre Royal, York); To Kill a Mockingbird (Regent’s Park/UK Tour); Ragnarok (Eastern Angles); Mock Tudor (Pleasance/503); Anna (Aix-en-Provence International Festival); Hysteria (Hampstead); The Lights (The Spring); Celebrity Night at Café Red (Trafalgar Studios).
Opera includes: Acis & Galatea (Iford Opera).
Other events includes: Glasgow Commonwealth Games Athlete’s Parade; Sochi Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony & Paralympic Opening Ceremony (Mass Cast Choreographer); London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony (Assistant Movement Director); London 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony (Mass Movement Coordinator); Fazer’s Urban Symphony (Royal Albert Hall/BBC); The Queen’s Coronation Concerts (Buckingham Palace/BBC); The
Festival of Neighbourhood Finale (Royal Festival Hall).
Polly is a Movement Director and Choreographer working across the UK and internationally. She trained at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (MA Movement), is Associate Movement Practitioner at the RSC and is Co-Director of The Mono Box.