Press and Audience Feedback

A Christmas Carol


Adapted by Neil Duffield, Directed by Sarah Brigham

(Derby Theatre)

“a gentle, warm and beautiful production”

Derby Telegraph

“there are some wonderfully festive moments in this production; Fezziwig’s ball and the end of both acts were particular highlights”

Downstage Centre

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The Dog House       


By Tim Elgood, Directed by Pete Meakin

(Derby LIVE)

“a delectable double dose of comedy from some of Derbyshire’s finest artists…there is a superb scene where the teddy bear carrying border terrier (with just a little bit of cross) dances to entertain his potential new owners.”


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Movement Director

By Mike Kenny, Directed by Andrew Breakwell

(Nottingham Playhouse)

“The invention and imagination at work here should make even the most high-budget West End extravaganzas hang their head in shame.”

Impact Magazine

The Beast of Belper


Devised by the Company

(WinterWalker for Belper Arts Festival)

“it was REALLY entertaining for everyone, funny, bright and playful.”

“It was a wonderful way to spend a late afternoon with the kids, and they thought it was 'epic'!”

“very inclusive of children and adults and very funny.”

audience feedback

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production still from A Christmas Carol- Derby Theatre

Photo by Robert Day

production still from The Dog House- Derby LIVE at Derby Guildhall Theatre
production still from Rapunzel- Nottingham Playhouse

Photo by Robert Day

production still from The Beast of Belper- WinterWalker at Belper Arts Festival

Photo by Robert Day

Photo by Wayne Walker-Allen

The Night Pirates


From the book by Peter Harris and Deborah Allwright, Directed by Sarah Argent

(Theatre Hullabaloo/UK Tour)

Choreographer Kitty Winter is in her element, with some inventive comedy movement worthy of Keaton and Chaplin… one of the cleverest pieces of gentle entertainment to ever grace the seven seas.

Northern Echo

Nominated for the Off West End award for Best Production for Young People, 2011

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Whose Shoes?


By Mike Kenny

(Nottingham Playhouse)

“The experience was one of those magic moments in a child’s education.”

“We absolutely loved the show!”

“None of us could get over just how engaged the children were last week by the play... Long may Roundabout continue to enrich the lives of Nottingham city children.” - Teachers’ Feedback

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Dick Turpin’s Last Ride

Movement Director

By Daniel O’Brien, Directed by Abigail Anderson

(Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds/UK Tour)

“spiritedly physical… genuinely thrilling” ****

The Times

“stunning theatrical skill … simple yet stunning movement” - The Stage

“Movement direction, by Kitty Winter, was particularly important… (an) intelligent and exciting show”

Oxford Times

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production still from Dick Turpin's Last Ride- Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds
production still from Whose Shoes?- Nottingham Playhouse
production still from The Night Pirates- Theatre Hullabaloo

Photo by Robert Day

Photo by Robert Day



(Theatre Hullabaloo/UK tour & Theatre Direct, Canada)

“Reached and stimulated all abilities.”

“Five was the perfect first introduction to theatre”

“I liked the toilet brush and the music man best.”

“That was the best show of our whole lives.”

  1. -Teachers’ and children’s Feedback

Nominated for two Dora Mavor Moore Awards: Outstanding Production for Young Audiences, Outstanding Performance in a Production for Young Audiences (Toronto cast) 2010

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production still from FIVE- Theatre Hullabaloo


Movement Director

By Albert Camus, Directed by Giles Gartrell-Mills

(Talon Arts/The Union Theatre)

“gripping and exhilarating”

The Stage

“Movement Director Kitty Winter allows the project to ripen more fully with her imaginative staging ideas… high powered, high calibre fringe theatre.”

London SE1 Magazine

production still from Caligula- Talon Arts at the Union Theatre

The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus


By Christopher Marlowe, Directed by John Wright

(Third Party Productions/UK tour)

“an intelligent and effective version of the play that is a joy to watch.”

British Theatre Guide

“poetry, black magic and human tragedy at its funniest... a highly digestible Satanic feast.”

What’s On Stage

Peter Brook Empty Space Award Winner 2010

production still from The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus, Third Party Productions

These are some press and audience comments on my past work as a movement director, choreographer and director. For my more recent credits, have a look at the Theatre page or contact me for a full CV.