Helen Morley MA Drama Directing

Helen Morley

MA Drama Directing


Helen is a theatre director and participation producer based between Bristol and Luton.

As a director, she enjoys work that is formally innovative, playful and politically urgent. She has presented work at The Bunker Theatre, VAULTS Festival, Theatre Deli, MAC Birmingham, New Art Exchange and the Edinburgh Fringe. Notable credits include Ava Wong Davies’ debut play i will still be whole (when you rip me in half) that was programmed as part of Chris Sonnex’s penultimate season at The Bunker Theatre. “Beautiful, brutally honest…a startling openness and vulnerability that draws in the audience.”- The Stage

Helen was previously Creative Arts Programme Lead at Prime Theatre. She has extensive experience designing and delivering participatory and co-created art programmes for children and young adults at risk, working with partners including The British Museum, English Heritage and Children in Need.

Embrace your individuality. The School is looking for each artist’s nuances and seeks to nurture and strengthen them when you study here. Éloïse Richmond, MA Screen Acting Student