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Name  Matthew Dunster
Role  Theatre Director
Movies  Special People

Books  You Can See the Hills, Children's Children

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Matthew Dunster is an English theatre director, playwright and actor. In November 2015 he was appointed an Associate Director at Shakespeare’s Globe. His production of Love and Money by Dennis Kelly was nominated for an Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre in 2006. In January 2016 Dunster was appointed as a patron to the Arts Educational Schools, London.


He was nominated for the best director award at the 2016 Oliviers' for Hangmen by Martin McDonagh.

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Love the sinner short interview with director matthew dunster and writer drew pautz

Directing credits

  • Love and Money by Dennis Kelly at the Royal Exchange Theatre and Young Vic Theatre. (2006)
  • You can see the Hills. Written and directed by Matthew Dunster at the Royal Exchange Theatre (2008)
  • Macbeth. At the Royal Exchange Theatre * Macbeth with Nicholas Gleaves as Macbeth and Hilary MacClean as Lady Macbeth.( 2009)
  • 1984. Adapted and directed by Matthew Dunster at the Royal Exchange Theatre.( 2010)
  • Mogadishu by Vivienne Franzmann. World premiere at the Royal Exchange Theatre. (2011)
  • Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. Adapted and directed by Matthew Dunster at the Royal Exchange Theatre. (2012)
  • Hangmen by Martin McDonagh at the Royal Court Theatre transferred to Wyndham's Theatre.
  • Love's Sacrifice by John Ford at the RSC.
  • The Seagull by Anton Chekhov at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre.
  • Writing credits

  • Children's Children
  • You Can See the Hills

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