Directing Timeline

 


Current Projects:

Sophie is currently developing POT by Ambreen Razia, (supported by Ovalhouse, Stratford Circus, Brewhouse and Arts Council England). She directed a production of POT at Ovalhouse in Spring 2017, and after continued development the show is set to tour nationally in 2018.

The Diary of a Hounslow Girl directed by Sophie, has completed tours with Black Theatre Live and House Theatre, as well as performing at Southbank Centre as part of Alchemy Festival.

Sophie is currently Assistant Director to Simon Stone on Yerma at The Young Vic (and NT Live) and to Sam Pritchard on B at The Royal Court.


Directing Credits:


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POT

by Ambreen Razia at Ovalhouse (Supported by Stratford Circus)

Photography courtesy of Suzi Corker

 

 


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by Ambreen Razia, House Theatre National Tour: 13 Venues Including: Arts Depot, Brighton Dome, Bernie Grants & Belgrade Theatre

.Photography courtesy of Suzi Corker

 

 


The Diary of a Hounslow Girl

The Diary of a Hounslow Girl (Remount)

by Ambreen Razia,  Black Theatre Live National Tour: 19 Venues Including: The Drum, Stratford Circus, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Lighthouse, Derby Theatre, Key Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatre, Unity Theatre, Theatre Royal Margate, Hounslow Arts Centre & Tara Arts.

Nominated for Best Stage Production at The Asian Media Awards 2016

***** British Theatre **** The Stage **** Everything Theatre ***** Plays To See.


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by Ambreen Razia at Ovalhouse

**** Theatre Bubble **** SOOBAX

Photography courtesy of Louis Giles

 


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by Caro Dixey at Tristan Bates Theatre

***** Female Arts     *****/ 92% Mouth London     ***** Grumpy Gay Critic

Photograph courtesy of El-Alfy Photography

 


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by Jessica Burgess at VAULT Festival

‘Fucking Outside the Box is an impressive feat of writing and storytelling from Burgess, well-directed by Sophie Moniram, with excellent timing, strong characters and effective design elements.’– Simon Holton, A Younger Theatre

‘Polished and well-crafted’… ‘touching, informative and poignant’  – Laura Kressly, Everything Theatre

Photograph courtesy of Ori Jones Photography


Brahman/i

(Co-Director) by Aditi Brennan Kapil at RADA Festival


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by Lucy Maurice at The White Bear Theatre

Photography courtesy of Bobbin Productions

 

 


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by Jean Anouilh at The Cockpit Theatre

Photograph courtesy of Lucienne Sencier

 

 


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with Musical Direction from Collin Sell at Worlds End Studios

‘consistently consummate performances’… ‘under the clearly imaginative direction of Sophie Moniram’… ‘exactly the right balance of playful-yet-threatening’… ‘Unforgettable.’ – Martin Slidel, Whats On London

 


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by August Strindberg (in a version by David Greig) at The Cockpit Theatre

Photograph courtesy of Elyse Marks Photography

 

 


The Star- Spangled Girl 

by Neil Simon at The Karamel Club


Purgatorio

by Ariel Dorfman at The Karamel Club


Zero Degrees

Devised at The Annex Theatre (Southampton University’s Student Union Theatre)


Short Plays/ Extracts:


_mg_9732Noah by Amir Nazir Zuabi at Young Vic (The Clare)

Icebergs by Camilla Whitehill at Charing Cross Theatre

Kingfisher by Yasmin Zadeh at Park Theatre

Bells by Camilla Whitehill at Soho Theatre

A Long Way Home by Sam Sedgman at Theatre 503


Assistant Director Credits:


Royal Court: B by Guillermo Calderon, Director: Sam Pritchard

Young Vic & NT Live: Yerma (Remount) by Simon Stone after Federico García Lorca, Director: Simon Stone

The RSC (TOP): Myth by Kirsty Housley and Matt Hartley, Director: Kirsty Housley

Young Vic: Yerma by Simon Stone after Federico García Lorca, Director: Simon Stone (Part of the Young Vic’s Jerwood Assistant Director Programme 2016, supported by The Jerwood Charitable Foundation)

Young Vic: Creditors by August Strindberg, Director: Rikki Henry

The Gate Theatre: The Rise and Shine of Comrade Fiasco by Andrew Whaley, Director: Elayce Ismail

TIE Tour and The Cockpit Theatre: As You Like It by Shakespeare, Director: Ben Caplan

Mountview: A Doll’s House by Ibsen, Director: Carol Harvey

Mountview: Our Town by Thornton Wilder, Co-Directors: Emma Girsch and Debbie Seymour


 

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