Polly Findlay


Represented By

Mel Kenyon — Theatre

Head of Department


Executive Assistant - Zephy Losey


Anthony Mestriner — Film & TV


Assistant - Sophia Zhang


Assistant - Guiled Osman


Directing credits include; WHITE NOISE (Bridge, 2021); Grayson Perry’s A SHOW FOR NORMAL PEOPLE (2021); A NUMBER (Bridge, 2020); RUTHERFORD AND SON (National, 2019); THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE (Donmar, 2018); BEGINNING (National Theatre, 2017, West End, 2018); LIMEHOUSE (Donmar Warehouse, 2017); GHOSTS (HOME, Manchester, 2016); THE ALCHEMIST (RSC, Barbican, 2016); AS YOU LIKE IT (National Theatre, 2015); FRØKEN JULIE (Aarhus Theatre, Denmark, 2015); THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Royal Shakespeare Company, 2015); TREASURE ISLAND (Oliver, National Theatre, 2014); KRAPP’S LAST TAPE (Sheffield Crucible, 2014); ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM (Royal Shakespeare Company, 2014); PROTEST SONG (The Shed, National Theatre, 2013); GEFÄHRTEN/WARHORSE (National Theatre/ Theater des Westens, Berlin, 2013); A Taste of Honey (Sheffield Crucible, 2012); THE COUNTRY WIFE (Royal Exchange, Manchester, 2012); ANTIGONE (Olivier, National Theatre, 2012); GOOD (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, 2012); THE SWAN and NIGHTWATCHMAN (Double Feature - National Theatre, Paintframe, 2011); DERREN BROWN: SVENGALI (Shaftesbury Theatre/UK Tour, 2011); TWISTED TALES (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, 2011); HONEST (Royal & Derngate and Milnes Bar, Edinburgh, 2011); LIGHT SHINING IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE and THYESTES (Arcola Theatre, 2010 and 2009 respectively); EIGENGRAU (Bush Theatre, 2010), and ROMEO AND JULIET (BAC, 2007).

Upcoming work includes MIDDLE, the next play in David Eldridge’s trilogy at the National as well as a BBC feature film.