Caroline Williams

Caroline directed Twelfth Night at the Bishop’s Palace in 2019. She is also a dramaturge often working in multi-disciplinary participatory performance. Caroline was one of the first Artist Associates of The Yard Theatre in London. She was recently awarded a Somerset House Studio residency and chosen by the Victoria and Albert Museum to represent the UK at the Prague Biennial with her performance installation Shakespeare’s Fools. Caroline is currently a Leverhulme Scholar on attachment to Bristol Old Vic. Projects include You Do Not Have To Say Anything at The Yard, Now Is The Time To Say Nothing at the Young Vic (currently on tour around the UK & to the Galway International Arts Festival), Can You Hear Me Now for MAYK, Make Yourself At Home at Nuit Blanche Brussels, London Rise for English National Opera, Dad Dancing with Second Hand Dance, Puffball at The Yard, Shadwell’s Tempest and Le Malade Imaginaire with OAE at Shakespeare’s Globe.