Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts, graduating with a first class BA (Hons) specializing in directing. Kate was one of the finalists in the 2009 JMK Trust Award for Young Directors with The Crucible.
Kate Golledge is currently preparing to direct Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox for the Singapore Repertory Theatre and to workshop the new musical comedy Melody Towers.
As resident director
The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium), Sweet Charity (Theatre Royal, Haymarket), Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine (Trafalgar Studios).
The UK stage adaptation of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus (UK Tour and Edinburgh Festival 2012), Daisy Pulls it Off (Lost Theatre), the new musical Betwixt! (King’s Head and Ambassadors), a promenade production of Carmen (Opera La Goziniere), Six Women with Brain Death (National Student Theatre Company, Edinburgh Pleasance and Soho Theatre Studio), Sweethearts (Finborough), Newsrevue (Canal Café), Be the Star You Are (Young Vic), short film Born Yesterday (www.bornyesterday.tillyvision.co.uk), Honk and A Hollywood Party (Trinity College of Music), Footloose and Princess Ida (Arts Ed), Spring Awakening (London Studio Centre).
As assistant director
Salome (director David McVicar, Royal Opera House), Julius Caesar (director Deborah Warner, Barbican), Daddy Cool (director Andy Goldberg, Shaftesbury Theatre), The Doorway Project (director Phyllida Lloyd, Young Vic) and Get Carter (director Jonathan Holloway, Red Shift Theatre Company).
Children’s opera The Pied Piper (Opera North) and staff director on the UK tour of Bridgetower – A Fable of 1807 (English Touring Opera).