Director Terry Hands was co-founder of the Liverpool Everyman Theatre in 1964 before joining the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1966 as director of Theatregoround, then an associate. He was the RSC's joint artistic director (1976-86) with Trevor Nunn and he was sole artistic director from 1986, handing over to Adrian Noble in 1991 and working freelance in theatre and opera at home and abroad. He has been director of Clwyd Theatre Cymru (formerly Theatr Clwyd) in North Wales since 1997. His production of Memory by Welsh playwright Jonathan Lichtenstein, visiting the Pleasance Theatre in Islington this month, is his first to be seen in London since Tamburlaine the Great starring Antony Sher for the RSC won an Evening Standard Award in 1993.
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