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Brad Birch

Brad Birch


Brad was awarded the Harold Pinter Commission in 2016. In 2017 This Must Be The Place won Pick Of The Year at the VAULT Festival in London. He is currently under commission to the National Theatre and the Royal Court. Black Mountain opened at the Edinburgh Fringe to much acclaim and will tour the UK in 2017-8.

Black Mountain (Paines Plough, Theatr Clwyd, Orange Tree); This Must Be The Place (Poleroid Theatre/VAULT Festival); The Brink (Orange Tree); An Enemy Of The People, The Endless Ocean (RWCMD); The Protest (Old Vic) Selfie: The Modern Day Dorian Gray (Ambassador’s Theatre); Tender Bolus (Manchester Royal Exchange/Schauspielhaus); Gardening For The Unfulfilled and Alienated (winner Fringe First Award 2013) (Undeb Theatre/Edinburgh Festival); Soap Opera, Where The Shot Rabbits Lay, Permafrost (Royal Court Theatre); Even Stillness Breathes Softly Against A Brick Wall (Soho Theatre Upstairs); Want For Nothing-For Waifs And Strays (Lyric Hammersmith); Light Arrested Between The Curtain And The Glass (Sherman Cymru); Sunflowers, The Snow Queen (Theatr Prowys); Can’t Smile Wide Enough (CARAD).

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