Charlotte is a freelance theatre director based in London. Her directing, development and
dramaturgy work has taken her on national and international tours, to regional
theatres and to the West End.
Charlotte is represented by Greenfields Gillie Associates and is an Associate of Original Theatre Company.
She is Artistic Director of Brickdust, a company which builds stories from the ground up, working with writers who excite us to develop narrative told from an alternative perspective.
FOR HOW LOVE IS SPELT
We're absolutely thrilled with four star reviews for How Love Is Spelt from Broadway World, Dress Circle Antics, The Upcoming, London Box Office, London Theatre1, London Theatre Reviews & Sardines Magazine as well as from The Stage:
Right up until the last scene, director Charlotte Peters dwells on the play’s painfully recognisable humour and warmly captured details, making for a show that is deeply funny without detracting from a gradually accumulating sense of melancholy.
We'd love to share this piece with you. To book, please visit https://southwarkplayhouse.co.uk/
CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR HOW LOVE IS SPELT
Nigel Boyle, Michelle Collins, Benjamin O'Mahoney, Duncan Moore, Yana Penrose &
Larner Wallace-Taylor have been announced as the brilliant cast of How Love Is Spelt at Southwark Playhouse! Can't wait to get started! To book, visit https://southwarkplayhouse.co.uk/
NORMALITY AT THE OTHER PALACE
Thrilled to be directing a work-in-progress performance of Normality by Jules Kleiser & Nigel Reid at The Other Palace Studio this September. Book now at https://lwtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/normality
HOW LOVE IS SPELT AT SOUTHWARK PLAYHOUSE
Incredibly excited to be directing Chloe Moss' brilliant play, How Love Is Spelt at Southwark Playhouse in September for Brickdust and Project One. Tickets are available via https://southwarkplayhouse.co.uk/
ASSOCIATE ON WAR HORSE UK & INTERNATIONAL TOUR
Very proud to be stepping up as Associate Director on the War Horse UK and International Tour which opened at the Glasgow SEC in January. For booking information, visit http://www.warhorseonstage.com.
AN INSPECTOR CALLS BEGINS A US TOUR
Thrilled to be Associate Director on An Inspector Calls which opens at the Shakespeare Theater in Washington DC for a month in November before playing in LA, Chicago and Boston until March.
SUNDAY AT THE MUSICALS AT LEICESTER HAYMARKET THEATRE
Preparations are almost complete for the upcoming musical variety show, raising money for LOROS. Rosemarie Ford is hosting the show, with numbers from a range of incredible performers including Kerry Ellis, Sam Bailey, Cassidy Janson & Karen Mav.
WAR HORSE OPENS AT THE NATIONAL THEATRE
Incredibly excited to be opening War Horse at The Lyttelton for two three-week stints, particularly the commemorative Armistice Day performance. For tickets and more information, please visit nationaltheatre.org.uk/shows/war-horse.
TIMELESS TRANSFERS TO N16
EDFRINGE: THE MUSICAL REVUE - PREVIEWS IN LONDON BEFORE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE
Having such fun directing Patrick Stockbridge's brand new show, EdFringe: The Musical Revue which previews at the Canal Cafe Theatre on 8th-10th June before running throughout the Edinburgh Fringe. Click here for previews & here for the Edinburgh Fringe!
TIMELESS AT THE CAMDEN FRINGE
Looking forward to getting started on directing Brian Coyle's fantastic new play, Timeless, about a London cabbie who hasn't been able to make any new memories in the last ten years. Starring John Rayment and playing at the Hen & Chickens on August 10th & 11th. For more info & to book, visit Camden Fringe website.
WORKSHOPPING NEW MUSICAL, 'CRASH'
Spent a brilliant week with a fabulous cast workshopping Jules Kleiser & Nigel Reid's new musical, Crash ahead of production next year.
BIRDSONG TO COMMEMORATE WW1 CENTENARY
Absolutely thrilled to be directing the 2018 national tour of Rachel Wagstaff's adaptation of Sebastian Faulks' Birdsong for Birdsong Productions, with Alastair Whatley. For more information, or to book, visit birdsongthetour.com
DAN PICK'S THE MOUTH OF A SHARK AT VAULT FESTIVAL 2018
In a very exciting new venture for our new company, Brickdust, I'm very excited to be directing BBC Writer's Room playwright Dan Pick's latest work, The Mouth of a Shark at this year's VAULT Festival, starring Larner Wallace-Taylor. For more info and to book, visit brickdust.org.
BRICKDUST - A NEW ADVENTURE
Larner Wallace-Taylor and I are jumping into a new adventure. Having worked together and put the world to rights on numerous occasions, we're very excited to launch Brickdust. More info and our first production will be announced very soon!!
WAR HORSE - NATIONAL THEATRE'S UK TOUR
Very much looking forward to working with Katie Henry and the brilliant War Horse team as
Resident Director on the critically acclaimed production's upcoming national tour. For more information, or to book, visit warhorseonstage.com.
CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR CASTE AT THE FINBOROUGH THEATRE
Over the moon to be working with seven incredible actors on Caste for The Finborough Theatre. Paul Bradley and Susan Penhaligon star alongside Ben Starr, Rebecca Collingwood, Isabella Marshall, Neil Chinneck and Duncan Moore. The show runs on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays throughout April. Visit finboroughtheatre.co.uk to book.
THE SIGNIFICANT OTHER FESTIVAL AT THE VAULTS THEATRE
Really looking forward to working with The Pensive Federation for their upcoming festival of shorts at The Vaults. Directing Anthony Cozens' Humid and Emma Allison's Inclement for The Significant Other Festival on 14th-18th March. To book, visit thevaults.london
WOMEN REDRESSED: ACT I AT PARK THEATRE
CASTE AT FINBOROUGH THEATRE
Delighted to be directing T.W. Robertson's Caste at the Finborough for Project One Theatre in April.
For more information, and to book visit finboroughtheatre.co.uk
CONSTELLATIONS AT THE BREAD AND ROSES THEATRE
Very much looking forward to directing Nick Payne's incredible Constellations for London Irish Productions
at the Bread and Roses Theatre on 28th Feb-4th March. To book tickets, visit breadandrosestheatre.co.uk
BRILLIANT REVIEWS FOR AN INSPECTOR CALLS
SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS
Thrilled to also be directing Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in Ellesmere Port, starring B*Witched's
Edele Lynch and Astrologer/Strictly Come Dancing's Russell Grant! Book your tickets here!
CINDERELLA at WINTER WONDERLAND, MANCHESTER
Can't wait to return to Panto land to direct Winter Wonderland's mini pantomime, Cinderella. To book tickets for Winter Wonderland in Manchester, visit winterwonderlandmanchester.com
BARK - NORTH-SOUTH SHORTS
Thoroughly enjoying rehearsals for Bark by Kellie Smith, the Royal Exchange's Playwright-in-Residence. The piece plays as part of North-South Shorts, at Manchester's newest arts venue, 53two, on 11th-22nd October. Book here.
DRAM - A NIGHT OF SMALL THINGS
Really looking forward to directing DHW Mildon's brilliant new short, Dram for A Night of Small Things at The Old Red Lion Theatre on 26th-28th September. For more info & to book, click here.
AN INSPECTOR CALLS - WEST END
Thrilled to be returning to Stephen Daldry's An Inspector Calls as Resident Director for its West End transfer at The Playhouse Theatre. Click to book tickets.
BY MY STRENGTH - - Female Arts
Delighted to be directing By My Strength for So & So Arts, Women for Refugee Women &
BAAG's Women and War Festival. This powerful new piece, from Bruntwood finalist Laura Stevens, stars Larner Wallace-Taylor, and is produced by Claire Evans, with sound design from BAFTA-award winning Tom Sayers. The production has received five stars from Female Arts and a lovely review from British Theatre Guide. For more info on the show and to book tickets, click here.
Charlotte will be directing the reading of Polly Churchill's brilliant new play, Junction for So & So Arts Club on Thursday 28th April at 7pm. Use the Contact page to reserve your place.
ONLY THE BRAVE
Charlotte will be Assistant Director on the epic new musical Only The Brave, directed by Soho
Theatre's Steve Marmion which runs at Wales Millennium Centre on 28 March-2 April. For more info on this brilliant show by Rachel Wagstaff, Matt Brind, Steve Marmion & Steve Coleman, and to book tickets, please visit wmg.org.uk.