Loveday Ingram has directed many shows in the West End, including at The Noel Coward Theatre, The Piccadilly Theatre and The Theatre Royal Haymarket. She has directed for for the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Barbican, Chichester Festival Theatre, the Linbury Studio at Royal Opera House and in many major producing houses across the UK, including Liverpool Playhouse, Bath Theatre Royal, Nottingham Playhouse as well as The Gate and Project Theatres in Dublin. She was Associate Director at Chichester Festival Theatre. Her shows have had 4 Olivier Award nominations and won Irish Times Awards, a UK Theatre Awards and been nominated for TMA Awards. She is also an experienced dramaturge and adapter.
She has produced, written and directed a short film with which was selected to represent Women’s Aid internationally for the campaign for Elimination of Violence Against Women in 2020.
She was the original Assistant Director on the stage musical Mamma Mia. She has an MA in English Literature and Classics.
|Fatal Attraction||Ambassador Theatre Company / Smith and Brant Theatricals||UK Tour 2022|
|Dinner with Groucho||Bespoke Theatre Company||By Frank McGuinness World Premiere Dublin Theatre Festival 2021|
|Pollen on the Wind||Platypus Productions||New musical based on the works of Pam Ayers, with music by George Fenton, lyrics by Pam Ayers and book by Sarah Rutherford|
|This Time It's Forever||3 Wise Monkeys/Absolute Record Services/Fairwood Music||Music video for song by Ian Bartholomew
Writer, Producer and Director
Selected to represent Women's Aid international campaign for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
|The Plain Dealer||National Theatre New Works||By Wycherley Workshop|
|Baskerville||National Theatre of China/Ambassador Theatre Group||By Ken Ludwig. National Theatre of China and Centre of Performing Arts Nanjing.|
|Henry V||Storyhouse /Grosvenor Open Air Theatre||By William Shakespeare with Joseph Millson|
|Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery||Liverpool Playhouse||By Ken Ludwig|
|Julius Ceasar||Storyhouse||By William Shakespeare. Opening season|
|The Rover||Royal Shakespeare Company (Swan Theatre)||Winner: UK Theatre Awards|
|Richard III||Nottingham Playhouse & Theatre Royal York|
|Young Hearts Festival||Iscoyd Park||Artistic Director|
|These Shining Lives||Park Theatre||Opening production of the theatre|
|Outlying Islands||Theatre Royal Bath||
By David Greig
Venue Magazine Critics' Choice
Best Production South West 2006
|Hysteria||B*Spoke Theatre Company||
By Terry Johnson
Winner of The Irish Times' Award for Best Design.
Nominated for The Irish Times' Award for Best Actress.
|Rockaby||Gate Theatre, Dublin/Barbican||Beckett Centenary Festival|
|Boston Marriage||B*Spoke Theatre Company||
By David Mamet
Nominated for The Irish Times' Award for Best Production and Best Actress
|When Harry Met Sally||Theatre Royal Haymarket/James Tod Productions||
Screenplay by Nora Ephron, stage adaptation by Marcy Kahan.
Starring Luke Perry & Alyson Hannigan and later Michael Landes & Molly Ringwald
|Dead Funny||Chichester Festival Theatre - Minerva||By Terry Johnson|
|The Merchant of Venice||Royal Shakespeare Company International Tour|
|Bedroom Farce||Albery Theatre/Michael Codron Productions||By Alan Ayckbourn|
|My One and Only||Piccadilly Theatre/ATG||
Nominated for Evening Standard Award 2002.
Nominated for 4 Olivier Awards 2003 and for Barclays Best Musical Award
|The Merchant of Venice||Royal Shakespeare Company|
|Three Sisters||Chichester Festival Theatre|
|My One and Only||Chichester Festival Theatre||Nominated for Barclays Best Musical Award.|
|Lettice and Lovage||Theatre Royal Bath||By Peter Shaffer|
|The Messiah||National Theatre of Brent/Bush Theatre|
|The Blue Room||Theatre Royal Haymarket||Daily Express Top 10 Choice production of the year|
|Hysteria||Chichester Festival Theatre - Minerva||By Terry Johnson|
|Pal Joey||Chichester Festival Theatre||
Nominated for TMA Best Musical Award
Later transferred from Minerva Theatre to Main House
|The Blue Room||Chichester Festival Theatre|
|Insignificance||Chichester Festival Theatre - Minerva||By Terry Johnson|
|All About Love||Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House||Special Performance|
|Vanessa||Lyric Hammersmith||British premiere of Samuel Barber's opera|
|Rape of Lucretia||BAC|