Siobhan Davies + Katie Mitchell

Katie Mitchell

Katie Mitchell's theatre work includes Arden of Faversham, The House of Bernarda Alba, Women of Troy and Vassa Zheleznova for Classics on a Shoestring; Live Like Pigs at the Royal Court; Beckett Shorts, The Mysteries, A Woman Killed with Kindness, Henry VI, The Phoenician Women, Easter and The Dybbuk for the RSC; Uncle Vanya for the RSC/Young Vic; Attempts on Her Life at Piccolo Teatro, Milan; Iphigenia at Aulis and The Last Ones for the Abbey Theatre Dublin; The Country, Ashes to Ashes/Mountain Language, Nightsongs and Forty Winks for the Royal Court; The Maids at the Young Vic; Easter at Dramaten Theatre, Stockholm; and previously for the National, Rutherford and Son, The Machine Wreckers, The Oresteia, Ivanov, Three Sisters, Iphigenia at Aulis and A Dream Play.

Opera includes Jenufa, Jephtha and Katya Kabanova for WNO.

Katie Mitchell is an Associate Director of the Royal Court Theatre and the National Theatre, London where she has just directed the new play, Pains of Youth which opened in November 2009 and will soon direct their forthcoming production of The Cat in the Hat.

Siobhan Davies

Siobhan Davies advocates for the wider recognition of dance as a significant and extraordinary art form. She created her first piece Relay in 1972 and has made over 40 works for Siobhan Davies Dance, and other companies including Artangel, The Royal Ballet and Rambert. Her work has won numerous awards including an Olivier and South Bank Show Award and much of it has been filmed for television.