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Dadiow Lin



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Dadiow began her career as an assistant directing at the National Theatre of Taiwan before moving to London.

Dadiow received the Genesis Future Directors Award in 2019, directing Lauren Yee’s IN A WORD at the Young Vic Theatre and she was the Resident Assistant Director at Donmar Warehouse in 2022.

Her work looks to expose and explore classical texts, finding voices in the texts that connect to the world we live in today. She is equally passionate about developing works and relationships with new writers, as well as reviving past plays for new audiences.

Dadiow’s recent productions include NOT YET MIDNIGHT (Royal Court), HENRY V Schools Tour (Donmar), and LIGHT FALLS by Simon Stephens (RADA). 


Selected Credits include
Love's Labour's Lost (associate to Emily Burns) RSC 2024
Light Falls RADA 2023
Henry V Schools Tour Donmar Warehouse 2023
The Motherfucker with the Hat RADA 2023
Not Yet Midnight Royal Court Theatre 2023
The Band's Visit (assisting Michael Longhurst) Donmar Warehouse 2022
A Doll's House Part 2 (assisting James MacDonald) Donmar Warehouse 2022
Henry V (assisting Max Webster) Domnar Warehouse 2022
Peggy For You (associating Richard Wilson) Hampstead Theatre 2021
Monster RADA 2021
Miss Julie Storyhouse 2020-2021 & UK Tour
invisible (R&D) Bush Theatre 2020
in a word Young Vic 2019
Bad Joke (reading) Omnibus Theatre 2019
Thatcher in China (reading) Soho Theatre 2019
GIG (assisting Richard Wilson) RADA 2019
Romeo and Juliet (assisting Edward Kemp) RADA 2019
Wolf Totem (R&D) (assisting Tom Morris) National Theatre Studio 2018
Thatcher in China (assisting Ng Choon Ping) National Theatre Studio 2018