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Georgia Andrews

Director Theatre & Film Maker Producer

Georgia combines razor-sharp text work with immediacy, listening and presence to reinvigorate and reframe 'classics', often as a Trojan horse for contemporary considerations of marginalisation and othering.

"Exciting and provocative, as culturally and politically relevant as it gets" - BN1 Magazine

"Bold, intelligent choices and instincts" - Philip Bird, Shakespeare's Globe

Arts Council England Developing Your Creative Practice Grant 2024-5

Georgia is currently directing Dark Eye Theatre's all-female & non-binary Hamlet by Candlelight, touring to stately homes in October, followed by 1623's The Winter's Tale as assistant director in December.

She is also an actor, working with veteran & pioneer companies including the RSC, Shakespeare North Playhouse, TSMGO, Shake-Scene & CSC since her teens.


CO-CREATOR, Collaborative Original Practice Shakespeare Rep (Research & Development), Shakespeare Institute, 6 months, 2024

PRODUCER, Hamlet (Short Film), Little Attic Productions, 1 week, 2023

ASSOCIATE CREATIVE, All In Actors (Educational), 1 year, 2022-3

DIRECTOR, Shakespeare Workout (Educational), 2 years, 2021-23

DIRECTOR, The Taming of the Shrew (Research & Development), BardBits/Golden Goose Theatre, 1 month, 2021

ACTOR-FACILITATOR, A Mazey Day's Dream (Site-Specific), Nancealverne - Theatre In Education, 2 months, 2021

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, The Two Noble Kinsmen (Digital Theatre), The Show Must Go Online, 6 weeks, 2021

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, Richard II (Stage), Quandary Collective - UK Tour, 6 months, 2021

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, Michael Chekhov's Hamlet (Research & Development), Performing Arts International, 2 weeks, 2021

PRODUCER, Blue Circle of Dissent: Bea (Short Film), Unity Arts, 3 weeks, 2020

ASSISTANT PRODUCER, Fools of the Apocalypse (Stage), Scram Collective - UK Tour, 4 months, 2019


Anti-Racist Shakespeare - Dr David Sterling Brown & Ben Spiller (1623 Theatre), Derby Quad, 2024

Creating Spaces for Neurodivergent Minds - Jodie Irvine and Clodagh Chapman (Outside Voice), MasterClass TRH, 2024

Idiot's Guide to Shakespeare - Sophie Russell, Told By An Idiot, 2023

Shakespeare and Film day workshop - ShaxPhil/Garrick's Temple, 2023

SpringTide Artists' Residency: Developing Socially Engaged Practice, Mainspring Arts/Full of Noises, 2023

Bystander Prevention, Transformative Justice and De-escalation Principles - Cradle Community, Advocacy Academy Brixton, 2023

Adapting Classics For Young Audiences - Justin Audibert (Artistic Director - Unicorn Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre), 2023

Community Creations Masterclass - Alan Lane (Slung Low), Phil McCormack (Donmar Local), Ros Terry (NT) and Andy Watson (Geese Theatre), 2022

Director Masterclass - Ned Bennett, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 2022

Narration and the Fourth Wall - Toby Mitchell, Tall Stories, 2022

Directing Masterclass: Text, Concept & Scenography - Yasmin Hafesji, Almeida Theatre, 2021

Directing Theatre in the Round - Cockpit Theatre + Stephen Joseph Committee, 2021

Do's and Don'ts of Queer Feminist Adaptation (Adapting Classics to Resist Dominant Narratives) - Antonia Georgieva, Aslant Theatre, 2021

Theatre and Film Directing Masterclass - Natalie Abrahami, 2020




2-5 years

Art forms / Disciplines

  • Film - feature
  • Film - short
  • Theatre / Live perfomance

What I do

  • Access consultancy (including BSL, audio-description and neurodiversity)
  • Creative Access
  • Devising
  • Directing
  • Dramaturgy
  • Facilitating
  • Music - Can learn by ear
  • Music - Can Read
  • Music - Plays Instruments
  • Music - Singing
  • Outdoor performance
  • Performing
  • Producing
  • Site Responsive/Immersive
  • Street Theatre
  • Theatre making
  • Workshopping & Development
  • Writing