Peter Bradley is a Theatre Director and Associate Learning Practitioner for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
He was a director in residence on the RSC’s 2018 Summer season, working on Macbeth and the Merry Wives of Windsor. He currently works for the RSC internationally and as a practitioner on their Shakespeare Nation programme, working with both community groups and professional actors on Shakespeare and new work. He has worked as an Associate Director for Slung Low and was a Resident Director at Sheffield Theatres in 2015.
Other directing includes work for the RSC, Theatre Royal Nottingham, Theatre Delicatessen, Tamasha, Stand and Be Counted Theatre, Aberdeen Music Hall and the Southwark Playhouse. Other associate/assistant directing includes work for ATG, Bath Theatre Royal, Arts Educational, and St James’ Theatre. Peter trained on the Theatre Directing MFA at Birkbeck.