Bruce Guthrie

Bruce, Guthrie, Film, Theatre, Director
Dan Wooler

Bruce is currently working with Welsh and British and Irish Lions Rugby Captain Sam Warburton OBE on a series of charity fundraising events for his testimonial year 2018/2019.

Most recently, Bruce directed a celebration to mark the 70th Birthday of HRH The Prince of Wales in Cardiff for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

In November 2018, Bruce directed a critically acclaimed sold out production of CONSTELLATIONS by Nick Payne for the National Centre of Performing Arts in Mumbai - which will tour India in September 2019.

Directing credits include: MAN TO MAN (Wilton’s Music Hall, UK tour & Brooklyn Academy of Music); RENT (St James Theatre & UK tour); THE LAST MERMAID with Charlotte Church (Festival of voice Wales Millennium Centre); MAN TO MAN by Manfred Karge (Wales Millennium Centre & Edinburgh Festival 2015); LOTTY'S WAR by Giuliano Crispini & Clare Slater (UK Tour); BAKERSFIELD MIST starring Kathleen Turner & Ian McDiarmid (Duchess Theatre); AN INCIDENT AT THE BORDER by Kieran Lynn (Finborough & Trafalgar Studios); THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, OTHELLO & TWELFTH NIGHT for Singapore Repertory Theatre (Fort Canning Park, Singapore); STORIES BY HEART written by and starring multi award-winning actor John Lithgow (Lyttelton NT).

Leadership roles: Member of The Guildford School of Acting's Advisory Board; Associate Artist for Singapore Repertory Theatre; Artistic Director of the NATIONAL YOUTH THEATRE OF WALES, directing THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE in 2015 and ROMEO & JULIET in 2016; Associate Artist for Papatango 2011 & 2012.

Concerts & Events: HRH The Prince of Wales 70th Birthday Celebration 2018; SW7: Sam Warburton's Testimonial Year for NSPCC Wales 2018 & 2019; The Welsh Guards Centenary Celebration in 2015 for the Welsh Guards Charity; St David's Day Celebration for HRH The Prince of Wales 2013.

Training: BA Honours in Acting at Guildford School of Acting. As a Director: The National Theatre Studio and with Howard Davies, Sir Richard Eyre, Deborah Warner & Sam Mendes.

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