Graham Hubbard trained at LAMDA (Evelyn Laye Award) and was an actor for fourteen years working with directors such as Kenneth Branagh, Matthew Warchus, Gregory Doran, John Caird and John Doyle. A vocal disability put an end to his acting career and he moved into directing.
Associate Director, London :
Sweeney Todd (West End/Broadway/National tour), The Sound of Music (London Palladium), Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (Palace), Mack and Mabel (Criterion), Amadeus (Wiltons Music Hall).
For New Rep Theatre: The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Peter Brook Award nomination 2012.) The Spring Tide (Old Red Lion, Best Director nomination 2013, Broadway World.) Impotent (Lion and Unicorn), The Blue Remembered Hills (New Diorama), See Rock City And Other Destinations (UK Premiere, Union Theatre), Creatures of the Night (Jermyn Street.) Applause, Bright Lights Big City, City of Angels (LSMT, Bridewell), Is There Life After High School? (Guildford Conservatoire/Cochrane Theatre), Jane Eyre, Children Of Eden (Regent, Christchurch.) Just So (Edinburgh Festival.) Company, Saturday Night, Relative Values, Easy Virtue (Arts Ed.) My Favourite Year, The Witches of Eastwick (LIPA.) A New Brain, Pippin (BSA.) Into The Woods (Urdang.)
Graham is artistic director for the Salvation Army on their annual charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
He is currently writing a musical, The Colonel’s Lady (based on a short story by Somerset Maugham) and adapting a South African novel, about the apartheid years in South Africa, for the stage.