Edward Hall is artistic director of Hampstead Theatre, where his productions include: Rabbit Hole, Firebird, Sunny Afternoon, Wonderland, Raving, Chariots of Fire, No Naughty Bits, Loyalty and Enlightenment.
Other theatre includes: Once in a Lifetime with David Suchet (National Theatre); A Streetcar Named Desire with Natasha Richardson (Roundabout, New York); A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (National Theatre); Mark Ravenhill’s Dick Whittington (Barbican); Calico (Duke of York’s); Edmond with Kenneth Branagh (National Theatre); Two Men of Florence (Huntington, Boston); Macbeth with Sean Bean (Albery); The Constant Wife (Apollo); Julius Caesar (RSC); Tantalus (Denver Center and UK tour); Henry V (RSC); The Deep Blue Sea (Vaudeville) and The Two Gentlemen of Verona (RSC).
As artistic director of Propeller, productions have included: Rose Rage (adapted from Henry VI parts I, II and III), Henry V, The Winter’s Tale, The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night, The Merchant of Venice, Richard III, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Comedy of Errors. His Propeller work has toured worldwide, played the West End and Broadway (as well as regular seasons at Hampstead) and has won numerous awards, both in the UK and overseas.
Television includes: Partners in Crime, Downton Abbey, Restless, Strike Back, Spooks, Kingdom, Trial & Retribution, Miss Marple – Sleeping Murder, Cutting Edge – Safari Strife and Richard III.