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Shane Morgan

Shane Morgan

Shane Morgan is a writer, director, producer and facilitator.

​He trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and completed his Masters at Chichester University.

He is Director of RoughHouse Theatre and Associate Director of the Rondo Theatre, Bath.

His work includes stage adaptations of the Nick Hornby short story NippleJesus and the Daniel Wallace novel Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician under the title Henry Walker and the Wheel of Death.

As director, his recent credits include The Tenant of Wildfell HallHands Up For Jonny Wilkinson’s Right BootWhen The Eye Has Gone and The Long Walk Back.

​He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio BristolBristol 24/7 and Broadway World UK and is a syndicated writer for My Theatre Mates.




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BWW Review: RENDEZVOUS WITH MARLENE, St. George's, BristolBWW Review: RENDEZVOUS WITH MARLENE, St. George's, Bristol
Posted: Jan. 31, 2020


BWW Review: RETURN TO HEAVEN, Tobacco Factory Theatres BristolBWW Review: RETURN TO HEAVEN, Tobacco Factory Theatres Bristol
Posted: Feb. 6, 2020


BWW Review: THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK, Bristol Old VicBWW Review: THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK, Bristol Old Vic
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BWW Review: EXTRAORDINARY WALL (OF SILENCE), Bristol Old VicBWW Review: EXTRAORDINARY WALL (OF SILENCE), Bristol Old Vic
Posted: Oct. 11, 2019


BWW Review: RENDEZVOUS WITH MARLENE, St. George's, BristolBWW Review: RENDEZVOUS WITH MARLENE, St. George's, Bristol
Posted: Jan. 31, 2020


BWW Review: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE* (*SORT OF), Bristol Old VicBWW Review: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE* (*SORT OF), Bristol Old Vic
Posted: Sep. 14, 2019


BWW Review: RETURN TO HEAVEN, Tobacco Factory Theatres BristolBWW Review: RETURN TO HEAVEN, Tobacco Factory Theatres Bristol
Posted: Feb. 6, 2020


BWW Review: RETURN TO HEAVEN, Tobacco Factory Theatres Bristol
February 6, 2020

A post-apocalyptic road warrior, an astronaut and a shark walk into a bara??

BWW Review: RENDEZVOUS WITH MARLENE, St. George's, Bristol
January 31, 2020

Rendezvous with Marlene started with a letter. A young Ute Lemper explodes onto the French stage playing Sally Bowles in Cabaret and the next day the French press proclaimed her, a?oeLa nouvelle Marlene!a??.

BWW Review: THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK, Bristol Old Vic
January 23, 2020

In large part, Ed Edwards' class A drug odyssey The Political History of Smack and Crack does what it says on the tin. Steeped in social and political commentary, Edwards' piece steers us through the bumpy ride of addiction, from hospital room to street corner via a constitutional polemic that aims straight at the heart of the UK during the heights of Thatcherism.

BWW Review: EXTRAORDINARY WALL (OF SILENCE), Bristol Old Vic
October 11, 2019

1880 was something of a watershed moment in the history of the Deaf community. It was during a conference in Milan that it was decreed the oral method of instruction for the deaf was the way forward thereby setting in stone a method that would last for nearly 100 years and define what it was to be deaf to the detriment of those who were deaf.

BWW Review: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE* (*SORT OF), Bristol Old Vic
September 14, 2019

It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that if you produce Jane Austen, especially in the South-West, then it is to be as authentic, as earnest and as close to traditional BBC magnificence as possible. Then along came Tron Theatre Company and Blood of the Young and shredded that truth until it was nothing more than dust.