Kaitlin Howard

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Kaitlin is an Equity Registered Fight Director.


Television credits include: Hollyoaks, Chronicles Of Syntax, Scott And Bailey.

Theatre credits include: The Comedy Of Errors, The Taming Of The Shrew, The Merry Wives Of Windsor, All’s Well That Ends Well (The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival), Mother Goose, Aladdin, Katie Crowder, The Alphabet Girl (Oldham Coliseum), Joy Unspeakable (Ordinary Glory), A Clitheroe Christmas Story, Beauty & the Beast, Wind In The Willows (Ribcaged Productions), Macbeth (Daniel Taylor Productions), D’Eon (The Straight Acting Company), Eddie & The Gold Tops, The Thankful Village, Lights Out Land Girls!, The Carlton Colliers (Badapple Theatre), Bare (Bareback Theatre), The Newark Passion, King Lear (2B Theatre), Richard III, Les Miserables, Much Ado About Nothing (Oddsocks Productions), Peter Pan (First Family Entertainment), Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest (Arty-Fact Theatre Company), This Starving Life (Company Gavin Robertson), The Threepenny Opera, Fear & Misery Of The Third Reich (Scene Productions), The Love Of  A Nightingale, The Winter’s Tale, A Doll’s House, The Merchant Of Venice (The Bridge Company), Silly Cow (HUUDS).

Fight Directing credits include: Macbeth (RSC), The Comedy Of Errors (Stephen Joseph Theatre/Shakespeare Playhouse North), Lucrezia Borgia (English Touring Opera), Macbeth (An Undoing) (Edinburgh Lyceum),  The True Adventures of Marion and Robin Hood, Girl On The Train (Barn Theatre, Cirencester), As You Write It (Shakespeare North’s Playhouse), My Fair Lady (UK & Ireland Tour/MFL Productions), Robin Hood, The Famous Five (Theatre Clwyd), Doncastrian Chalk Circle (CAST, Doncaster), Tom, Dick & Harry (New Vic Theatre), Robin Hood, Jungle Book (Dukes Theatre, Lancaster), Faustus, The Snow Queen, Romeo & Juliet, Merry Wives Of Windsor (Storyhouse, Chester), Treading Water (Big North Films), Robin Hood, Jungle Book, Aladdin (Oldham Coliseum), Habibti Driver (Bolton Octagon), Cherry Jezebel (Liverpool Everyman), Red Ellen (Northern Stage), The Scent Of Roses, Life Is A Dream (Edinburgh Lyceum).