George Perrin, Class of 1999

George is a director for theatre, comedy and radio, specialising in commissioning, developing and producing new work.


His productions have been seen at the Old Vic, Royal Exchange, Barbican, Manchester International Festival and in theatres across Australia, North America and Europe as well as on BBC Radio and HBO. He’s worked with BAFTA-Award Winners Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Jack Thorne and Andrew Scott as well as comedians, YouTubers and musicians like Laura Solon, Dan and Phil, and Paul Heaton.


After doing a Drama GCSE and Theatre Studies A Level at CHS, George studied English Literature at Sheffield University where he co-founded his own theatre company, nabokov. Several years of Edinburgh Fringe Festivals and part-time jobs later, he moved to London and began training as a director at the National Theatre Studio, Young Vic and at Paines Plough - the national theatre of new plays - where until recently, he was Joint Artistic Director.


George is now a free-lance director and Director of leadership consultancy and coaching practice, Leading Together.


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