Kate was the Assistant Director for Dorchester's 5th community play, A Time to Keep. This experience was a catalyst for her love of directing and she is now working as a professional theatre director in London.
Kate is Artistic Director at Theatre6, she was winner of the Noel Coward Trainee Director bursary 2012 at the Salisbury Playhouse and recently completed the National Theatre Studio Directors' course.
Her latest production, Mr Happiness and the Water Engine, in association with the Old Vic Theatre, was recently shortlisted by Time Out for Fringe Show of the Year and named number two in the 'Top 5 Shows to see in London'.
Her recent directing credits include: Silence in the Studio (Ustinov, Bath); The Ripple Effect (Richmond Theatre); Mr Happiness and the Water Engine (Old Vic Tunnels); The Devil's Grotto (Battersea Arts Centre); Script Slam! (Soho Theatre); Never Any Fruit (Pleasance Theatre, Islington & Rondo Theatre, Bath) and The Devil is an Ass and The Double (White Bear Theatre).
Kate is currently adapting and directing Bram Stoker's Dracula for a tour of London libraries, produced by Open Book Theatre. She is also the Learning and Development Officer at ATG's New Wimbledon Theatre and Studio.