Returning to acting after years offstage, smashing through sets, and directing undirectable actors. All of this and more is discussed in this month's episode of Regrets I've Had A Few featuring Olivier-nominated director Matthew Dunster.

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About Matthew Dunster

Matthew Dunster is a theatre and film director and writer. He was born and raised in Oldham and now lives in South East London. Previously an actor, he has directed or written over sixty shows, often with major national companies (including RSC, NT, Royal Court, Young Vic, Royal Exchange, Shakespeare’s Globe, The Bridge), as well as directing on the West End, Broadway and internationally. He has been the Associate Director of The Young Vic and Shakespeare's Globe.
His most recent productions are 2:22 A Ghost Story which has been running in the West End since August 2021, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the inaugural Shakespeare production at the new Shakespeare North Playhouse. 
Matthew has been nominated for three Olivier Awards and his Broadway production of HANGMEN was nominated for five Tony’s.