Almost embarking on a boxing career, wanting to be the Artful Dodger as a child and their recent critically acclaimed production of 'Cowbois' (which stars our AD Paul Hunter). All of this and more is discussed in this month’s episode of Regrets I’ve Had A Few, featuring celebrated writer and actor Charlie Josephine. 

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About Charlie Josephine

Charlie is a writer, director and actor. Charlie’s 2023 work includes: Cowbois (Royal Shakespeare Company); I, Joan (Shakespeare's Globe); Flies (Shoreditch Town Hall); Birds and Bees (Sheffield Crucible); One of Them Ones (Pentabus). Amongst Charlie’s previous work, Bitch Boxer won the Soho Theatre Young Writers Award 2012, The Old Vic New Voices Edinburgh Season 2012, the Holden Street Theatre’s Award 2013, and the Adelaide Fringe Award 2014. Charlie’s play Blush enjoyed a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it picked up The Stage Edinburgh Award 2016, before touring nationally.  Their play Pops enjoyed a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival 2019 and then High Tide Festival. Charlie spent 2019 as a member of The Old Vic 12, and also wrote a new play Moon Licks for Paines Plough and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, which was performed at The Yard in June 2022. For screen work, Charlie won the inaugural BBC Screenplay First Award, and in March 2017 was named on the BBC New Talent Hotlist. They are currently writer-in-residence at Headlong Theatre.