Lady Chatterley's Lover

D.H. Lawrence


Lady Chatterley's Lover

Renny Krupinski

Renny is a British Equity Registered Fight Director, award-winning actor, writer and director. Theatre fight direction credits include Twelfth Night, The Winter’s Tale, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The City Madam and The Shoemaker’s Holiday (RSC); Jane Eyre (National Theatre); Crazy for You, Backbeat, Imagine This, The Postman Always Rings Twice and Making Noise Quietly (West End); The Three Musketeers (Young Vic); Les MiseĢrables (first UK tour/Germany/ Belgium). He has also worked at Shakespeare’s Globe; The Rose, Kingston; West Yorkshire Playhouse; Northern Ballet; Opera North; The Royal Exchange; Library Theatre & Home Manchester; Sheffield Theatres; Glasgow Citizens Theatre; Traverse, Edinburgh; Oldham Coliseum; Abbey Theatre Dublin; Lyric Belfast; Liverpool Playhouse; The Curve Leicester, Ludlow Festival. Most recently, Renny worked on Phillip Breen’s Cyrano de Bergerac (Theatr Clwyd); The Season Ticket (Northern Stage Newcastle) and A Dream (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield). TV fight direction credits include Emmerdale; Hollyoaks; Coronation Street; So Awkward; Hollyoaks in the City; Hollyoaks Later; Peak Practice; Brookside; Hank Zipzer; Jamaica Inn; World’s End; Lunch Monkeys; The Chase 2; Love Lies Bleeding; Distant Shores; The Visitor; Blue Murder 3,4,5; Grange Hill; The Bill; City Central; Elidor and A&E. Film credits include West Is West, Greyhawk and Tyrannosaur. Theatre acting credits include lead roles in Amadeus (Belgrade Coventry); The Merchant of Venice (Royal Exchange Manchester); Macbeth (Bolton Octagon); Hamlet (Liverpool Shakespeare Festival); Romeo & Juliet (Oldham Coliseum). Television acting credits include The Bill; Sizzler in Brookside and Maigret. Writing credits include Bare -Scotsman Fringe First winner, DarkChat- Best Director winner, nominated Best Actor by The Stage; The Alphabet Girl – Best Fringe Performance 2014 Manchester Theatre Awards and Best Studio Performance 2015 (Edinburgh Festival/ Oldham Coliseum); Katie Crowder (Oldham Coliseum). His new children’s play, The Bag Pixies, will be produced by Badapple Theatre in 2017. Renny is also the voice and face of OBLIVION at Alton Towers and in 2005 he rode a horse single handed across the Gobi desert. 

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