Nick Winston


Nick Winston

Nick Winston is an international Director, Choreographer and Movement Director, working in Theatre, Opera, Dance and Film.

West End: Flash Mob (Sadler's Wells Peacock Theatre, Artistic director and choreographer), Loserville (Garrick Theatre, Olivier Award nomination: Best New Musical, Broadway World Award nomination: Best Choreographer), Horrid Henry (Trafalgar Studios), The Wizard of Oz (Royal Festival Hall). Off-West End: The A-Z of Mrs P (Southwark Playhouse); Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'be (Union Theatre); You're A Good Man Charlie Brown (Tabard); Tomorrow Morning (New End, director). Also: Water Babies (Curve Theatre); Sweeney Todd (Royal Exchange & West Yorkshire Playhouse); Moses (Switzerland); To Sir, With Love starring Mathew Kelly; I Dreamed A Dream featuring Susan Boyle; Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance (co-director); Elaine Paige in Concert, By Jeeves, Tell Me on a Sunday starring Claire Sweeney, Eden End (National Tours); Annie, A Christmas Carol, Crash, Death of a Salesman (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Merrily We Roll Along (Clywd Theatre); Love Story (Minerva Theatre, Chichester); Follies (Royal & Derngate); A Christmas Carol, The Cherry Orchard, Dancing at Lughnasa, Cling to Me Like Ivy (Birmingham Rep); Stepping Out, The Mountaintop (Derby Playhouse); Alfie (Watford Palace); Othello, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing (Guilford Shakespeare Company); Aint Misbehavin’ (co-director); Putting it Together, The Fantasticks, Bouncers (Harrogate Theatre); The 25th Anniversary production of Side-By-Side-By-Sondheim (The Stables).

Opera: The Adventures of Pinocchio (Opera North/Chemnitz Opera/Minnesota Opera/Teatr Sats, Moscow/Bonn Opera); Il Turco in Italia (Garsington Opera); Fortunio (Grange Park Opera/Buxton Opera); Benzin (Chemnitz Opera); The Cunning Little Vixen (Ryedale Festival).

TV/Film: Sondheim at 80 starring Dame Judi Dench (BBC Proms); High School Dance (E4) and music videos for Bob the Builder (Universal).

Future projects include: The Hired Man (St. James Theatre), White Christmas (West Yorkshire Playhouse) and Flashdance (St. Gallen, Switzerland).