MACHINAL by Sophie Treadwell / Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Designed by Jamie Vartan, Lighting by Anna Watson, Photography by Clive Barda

GASLIGHT by Patrick Hamilton / Salisbury Playhouse

Designed by Helen Goddard, Lighting by Tim Mitchell, Photography by Richard Davenport

'Utterly mesmeric… Crackling with tension and suspense from explosive start to satisfying finish.'  Daily Echo

THE PITCHFORK DISNEY by Philip Ridley / Arcola Theatre

Designed by Bob Bailey, Lighting by Malcolm Rippeth, Photography by Scott Rylander

‘Mesmerically powerful.’   Paul Taylor, Independent

‘Philip Ridley’s glittering, scary fairytale… gets the production it deserves in Edward Dick’s revival.’  Lyn Gardner, Guardian

'Philip Ridlley’s first play, revived under Edward Dick to mark its 21st anniversary, couldn’t be done better.’  Libby Purves, Times

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM by William Shakespeare / Sydney Theatre Company

Designed by Ralph Myers, Costumes designed by Tess Schofield, Lighting by Jon Buswell, Photography by William Yang

'Luminously poetic, spirited, risky & wondrous.' Sydney Morning Herald

'What a jewel... beautifully presented, startlingly engaging and intelligent.' The Australian

THE FASTEST CLOCK IN THE UNIVERSE by Philip Ridley / Hampstead Theatre

Designed by Mark Thompson, Lighting by Rick Fisher, Photography by Manuel Harlan

‘Edward Dick’s superb revival… astoundingly good.’  Michael Coveney,

‘Cattle-prod-electrifying.’  Lyn Gardner, Guardian

‘Edward Dick's gold-star production.’  Rhoda Koenig, Independent

TWELFTH NIGHT by WIlliam Shakespeare / Open Air Theatre, Regents Park

Designed by Robert Innes Hopkins, Costumes designed by Fotini Dimou, Lighting by Simon Mills

‘Edward Dick's intensely enjoyable production... it comes as an amazing pleasure to see such a well-thought-out and convincing production as this.’  Jeremy Kingston, Times

‘A Night worth waiting for... a veritable masterclass in how to handle Shakespearean denouements.’  Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard

‘A rumbustious celebration of one of Shakespeare's most perfectly scored love stories.’  John Peter, Sunday Times

ROMEO AND JULIET by William Shakespeare / Shakespeare's Globe

Designed by Anthony Lamble, Photography by James Erskine

'Thrilling a-star-is-born performances, bursting with physical energy and touching idealism, passion, intelligence and promise.' Scotsman

'Dick creates a sense of urgent communal story-telling, with tight, fluent team-work and much nifty doubling, the play is brought to muscular life.' Independent

OUR COUNTRY'S GOOD by Timberlake Wertenbaker / Liverpool Playhouse

Designed by Robert Innes Hopkins, Lighting by Rick Fisher

'A large, populous play handled with confidence by the young director Edward Dick, you ought to see it, even if it means stealing a biscuit to get in.' Guardian

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by William Shakespeare / Singapore Repertory Theatre

Designed by Francis O'Connor, Costumes designed by Lai Chan, Lighting by Rick Fisher

‘Watching this handsome production was a little like falling in love, disarming, utterly romantic and very addictive.   Visually stunning, sheer confetti-ed joy.’ Adeleine Chia, Straits Times

THE REVENGER'S TRAGEDY by Thomas Middleton /  Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Designed by Becs Andrews, Lighting by Tim Lutkin, Photography by Nobby Clark

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Designed by Ellen Parry, Video design by Nina Dunn, Photography by Andy Hollingsworth

‘Loud, rude, brash and brilliant.’  Dominic Cavendish, Telegraph

'An infectious sense of fun.’  Brian Logan, Guardian

THE MISANTHROPE by Martin Crimp after Moliere / Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Designed by Naomi Wilkinson, Lighting by Rick Fisher, Photography by Nobby Clark

'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE by John Ford / Southwark Playhouse

Designed by Simon Holdsworth, Lighting by Rick Fisher, Photography by Clive Barda

'Edward Dick's taboo-breaking, sexy production is an utter revelation; 'tis pity all of Britain can't see it.'  Mark Shenton, Daily Express

'Unforgettable, a scintillating evening.' Evening Standard

'Edward Dick's highly charged, swiftly flowing production strips [the play] to its essentials: sinew, blood, gristle and heart, the stage is overflowing with talent.'   Susannah Clapp, Observer

'Dick stages a thrillingly assured modern dress production, [he has] the makings of a great director.' Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph