Tinuke Craig


Tinuke Craig

Tinu read English Literature and Drama at Sussex University and then trained as a director at LAMDA, where she has continued to work since graduating in 2010 and on the National Theatre Studio Course 2012.

Assistant Directing credits include: Hamlet (directed by David Farr) and All’s Well That Ends Well (directed by Nancy Meckler) at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Jerwood Assistant Director on The Changeling at the Young Vic directed by Joe Hill-Gibbins. Hundreds and Thousands at Soho Theatre (directed by Lisa Spiring), ‘Out of Sight/Out of Mind’ at Trestle and several LAMDA shows including Janet Suzman’s production of Athol Fugard’s ‘Master Harold…and the boys’ and on the development of a new play by April De Angelis, ‘A Gloriously Mucky Business’, directed by Elizabeth Freestone. She was apprentice director to Trevor Nunn on ‘The Tempest’ (Theatre Royal Haymarket).

Directing credits include ‘Buy me Love’ by Rosa Connor (24 Hour Plays, Old Vic), ‘waiting for Lefty’ by Clifford Odets (Theatre Royal Haymarket)’, ‘Old Bag’ by Afsaneh Gray (Theatre503), ‘Unmanned’ by Laura Stevens (Riverside Studios), ‘Abortive’ by Caryl Churchill (Albany), ‘Topdog/Underdog’ by Suzan-Lori Parks (Found Space - an abandoned railway arch), ‘Bound East for Cardiff/In the Zone’ by Eugene O’Neill (LAMDA), 'The Sweet Science' - her own play (LAMDA), ‘The Poet and the Rent’ by David Mamet (The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton), ‘Wild East’ by April de Angelis (The Marlborough Theatre), ‘Hippolytus’ by Euripides (Sussex University), ‘Mr England’ by Richard Bean (Sussex University) and ‘Bluebird’ by Simon Stephens (Sussex University).

Community work includes ‘Street Singing’ (Two Boroughs Project, Young Vic) and Babel Project Workshops (Young Vic).