Loveday Ingram

Director

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Film, TV & Theatre

Assistant: Charlotte Edwards

Film, TV & Theatre

Loveday Ingram has an MA in English and Classics and trained with John Barton at the Royal Shakespeare Company, who she then assisted for 4 years.  She has directed musicals and plays in the West End as well as having worked extensively in the UK and Ireland and was Associate Director at Chichester Festival Theatre for 3 years.  She worked an an Assistant and Senior Assistant Director at the National Theatre and was Assistant Director on the original production of Mamma Mia.  She had a career break between 2006 and 2013 to raise a family. 

Loveday had a career break between 2006 and 2013 to raise a family.  She is currently working with Alaska Productions, Joseph Fiennes and Robyn Charteris on a TV documentary about William Shakespeare.

 

Theatre

ProductionCompanyNotes
2017 - 2018

Liverpool Playhouse

By Ken Ludwig

2017

Storyhouse, Chester

2017

Theatre Severn

2016

Royal Shakespeare Company (Swan Theatre)

* * * * * Loveday Ingram’s glorious revival ... irresistible - FT

* * * * A bittersweet, boisterous, saucy treat - The Times

* * * * ... burns with poetry and pathos - The Telegraph

* * * * ... revived with gusto by Loveday Ingram - The Guardian

2013

Nottingham Playhouse & Theatre Royal York

YOUNG HEARTS FESTIVAL

2013

Iscoyd Park

Artistic Director

2013

Park Theatre

Opening production of the theatre

OUTLYING ISLANDS

Theatre Royal Bath

By David Greig
Venue Magazine Critics' Choice Best Production South West 2006

HYSTERIA

B*Spoke Theatre Company

By Terry Johnson
Winner of The Irish Times' Award for Best Design. Nominated for The Irish Times' Award for Best Actress.

ROCKABY

Gate Theatre, Dublin/Barbican

Beckett Centenary Festival

BOSTON MARRIAGE

B*Spoke Theatre Company

By David Mamet
Nominated for The Irish Times' Award for Best Production and Best Actress

WHEN HARRY MET SALLY

Theatre Royal Haymarket/James Tod Productions

Screenplay by Nora Ephron, stage adaptation by Marcy Kahan.
Starring Luke Perry & Alyson Hannigan and later Michael Landes & Molly Ringwald

DEAD FUNNY

Chichester Festival Theatre - Minerva

By Terry Johnson

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

Royal Shakespeare Company International Tour

BEDROOM FARCE

Albery Theatre/Michael Codron Productions

By Alan Ayckbourn

MY ONE AND ONLY

Piccadilly Theatre/ATG

Nominated for Evening Standard Award 2002.
Nominated for 4 Olivier Awards 2003 and for Barclays Best Musical Award

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

Royal Shakespeare Company

THREE SISTERS

Chichester Festival Theatre

MY ONE AND ONLY

Chichester Festival Theatre

Nominated for Barclays Best Musical Award.

LETTICE AND LOVAGE

Theatre Royal Bath

By Peter Shaffer

THE MESSIAH

National Theatre of Brent/Bush Theatre

THE BLUE ROOM

Theatre Royal Haymarket

HYSTERIA

Chichester Festival Theatre - Minerva

By Terry Johnson

PAL JOEY

Chichester Festival Theatre

Nominated for TMA Best Musical Award
Later transferred from Minverva Theatre to Main House

THE BLUE ROOM

Chichester Festival Theatre

INSIGNIFICANCE

Chichester Festival Theatre - Minerva

By Terry Johnson

Opera

ProductionCompanyNotes

ALL ABOUT LOVE

Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House

VANESSA

Lyric Hammersmith

British premiere of Samuel Barber's opera.

RAPE OF LUCRETIA

BAC