Iqbal Khan worked onstage with Masterclass members on pieces from Shakespeare, Beckett & Chekhov.

About Iqbal

Iqbal began his directing career at the Leicester Haymarket and National Theatre Studio.

His recent work includes: A Christmas Carol (Box Clever), Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe), Snookered (Tamasha/Oldham Coliseum/ Bush/UK tour), The Importance of Being Earnest – The Musical (Riverside Studios), The Killing of Sister George (West End), Broken Glass (Tricycle/West End), Rafta Rafta (Bolton Octagon/New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme), East is East (Birmingham Rep), A Slight Ache, Landscape (National Theatre), Treemonisha (Pegasus Opera), The Last Photograph (Edinburgh Festival), Othello (Associate Director, Birmingham Opera Company), Time for the Good Looking Boy (BoxClever/UKtour), Oleanna (Bolton Octagon), 16UP (Union Theatre/tour), Too Close to Home (Lyric Hammersmith/Library Theatre), Madama Butterfly (Lyric Hammersmith/Minack), and Beautiful Thing (Oldham Coliseum).

For the RSC, Iqbal has directed Othello, Much Ado about Nothing and Antony and
, currently playing in Stratford and coming to London’s Barbican Theatre in November