Nina Raine

Writer/Director

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Film, TV & Theatre

Agent: St John Donald
Assistant: Jonny Jones

Film, TV & Theatre

Nina began her career as a trainee director at the Royal Court under the Regional Young Theatre Director Scheme.

 

Theatre writing credits include: Consent (National Theatre), Tribes (Drama Desk Award, Olivier Award Best New Play nomination), Tiger Country, The Drunks (Adaptation) and Rabbit (Evening Standard and Critic’s Circle Awards for most promising playwright).

 

Theatre directing credits include: Donkey Heart (Old Red Lion/Trafalgar Studios) Longing (Hampstead Theatre); Jumpy (Royal Court/Duke of York’s Theatre); Tiger Country (Hampstead Theatre); Shades (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs – Critic’s Circle and Evening Standard Awards for Most Promising Newcomer); Rabbit (Old Red Lion/Trafalgar Studios/Brits off Broadway Festival); Unprotected (Liverpool Everyman/Traverse Theatre – Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award and TMA Best Director Award); Vermillion Dream (Salisbury Playhouse); Eskimo Sisters (Southwark Playhouse).

 

Television credits include: Mistresses (The Finale)

 

Radio Credits include: Alan Howard Reads

Theatre

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STORIES

2018

National Theatre

Writer and Director

2018

co-production with Sonia Friedman Productions and National Theatre

at the Harold Pinter Theatre

TRIBES

2017

Gate Theatre, Dublin

CONSENT

2017

National Theatre

Writer
Directed by Roger Michell

TRIBES

2013

CTG, LA

As writer.

LONGING

2013

Hampstead Theatre

As Director.
By William Boyd, based on two short stories by Chekhov

JUMPY

2012

Duke of York's Theatre

As Director.
Written by April De Angelis

TRIBES

2011

Barrow Street Theatre, NY

As writer.

JUMPY

2011

Royal Court Theatre

As Director.
Written by April De Angelis

TIGER COUNTRY

2010

Hampstead Theatre

Writer & Director

TRIBES

2010

Royal Court Theatre Downstairs

Writer.

Directed by Roger Michell
Nominated for the Olivier Best New Play

SHADES

2009

Royal Court Theatre Upstairs

Director. Won Critics Circle and Evening Standard Awards for Most Promising Newcomer.

THE DRUNKS 

2009

RSC

As writer: adaptation

NEW COMMISSION

2008

Royal Court

NEW COMMISSION

2008

Out Of Joint

RABBIT

2008

Sydney Theatre Company

Writer.

Director: Brendan Cowell

RABBIT

2006

Old Red Lion/ Trafalgar Studios/ Brits off Broadway Festival, New York

Writer

Director

UNPROTECTED

2006

Liverpool Everyman/ Traverse Theatre

Director Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award for an Outstanding Production on a Human Rights Theme TMA Best Director award

TIGER COUNTRY 

2006

Writer Shortlisted for Sphinx Theatre's Brave New Roles Award

VERMILLION DREAM

2004

Salisbury Playhouse

Director
Cast includes: Catherine McCormack

THE HOLY TERROR

2004

ATG

Associate Director Director: Lawrence Boswell

RABBIT

2003

National Theatre Studio

Week long workshop Director: Kathy Burke

HENRY V

2003

National Theatre

Staff Director
Director: Nicholas Hytner

ESKIMO SISTERS

2002

Southwark Playhouse

Director
Cast includes: Katherine Tozer

FUCKING GAMES

2001

Royal Court

Assistant Director
Director: Dominic Cooke

ASHES TO ASHES and MOUNTAIN LANGUAGE

2001

Royal Court Theatre

Assistant Director
Cast includes: Katherine Tozer

PRESENCE

2001

Theatre Upstairs, Royal Court

Assistant Director
Director: James Kerr

SERVICE

2001

Royal Court Theatre

Director and Writer Workshop / Internal Reading

MOUTH TO MOUTH

2001

Royal Court Theatre

Assistant Director Director: Ian Rickson

FAR AWAY

2000

Royal Court Theatre

Assistant Director
Director: Stephen Daldry

MY ZINC BED

2000

Royal Court Theatre

Assistant Director
Director: David Hare

Television

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BOARDERS

Hartswood Films

CLASS

Mammoth Screen/ BBC

MISTRESSES

Ecosse/BBC

Radio

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Alan Howard Reads

2007

BBC Radio 4