Graham Hubbard


Graham is an experienced director working in both straight theatre and musicals. He received the Evelyn Laye Award whilst training at LAMDA and his acting career saw him work with directors such as Kenneth Branagh, Matthew Warchus and Gregory Doran. He was nominated for the Peter Brook Award in 2012 for his production of THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE (New Rep) and the Broadway World UK Award for Best Director in 2013 for his world premiere of THE SPRING TIDE. Graham was associate director to John Doyle for three years and has worked on large scale productions including THE SOUND OF MUSIC (London Palladium/RUG) and SWEENEY TODD (West End, Broadway, UK tour/ATG). He is currently directing his own adaptation of popular children’s title WHAT THE LADYBIRD HEARD for Kenny Wax, which had a highly successful West End run in 2017 before embarking on an international and UK tour. As a writer, he is developing an original musical adaptation of THE COLONEL’S LADY based on the short story by Somerset Maugham.

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