Edward Dick studied English at Oxford before training as an assistant director with 'Cheek' by Jowl. In 2007 he directed 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' for the Sydney Theatre Company and a hugely successful tour of Romeo and Juliet for Shakespeare's Globe.
Ed was also behind the critically acclaimed production of 'Tis Pity She's A Whore' at the Southwark Playhouse in 2005, in which Mariah Gale's performance as Annabella won the Ian Charleson Award, the Critics Circle Most Promising Newcomer Award and the Time Out Theatre Performance of the Year Award.
In 2009, Ed began preproduction on his first film project, an adaptation of the short play written by Ash Ditta and starring Tom Hollander that Ed directed as part of the Old Vic's charity gala, the 24 Hour Plays. He is also working on a revival of Philip Ridley's play, The 'Fastest Clock in the Universe', for Hampstead Theatre, as well as on a new opera, 'Heart of Darkness', for the Royal Opera House.
Education: Oxford, English.
Spoken Languages: English