We constantly strive to stage work of the highest caliber, and I'm obviously thrilled that our productions have been recognized with so many nominationsDonmar Warehouse grabs 13 Olivier nods Feb 06, 2008
We feel very privileged to be part of such a vibrant theater community and it is exciting to think that so many people will get to engage with our work and to witness Jude Law's extraordinary performanceJude Law's 'Hamlet' set for Broadway Jul 01, 2009
Michael Grandage (b. 2 May1962) is a British theatre director and producer, and current Artistic Director at the Donmar Warehouse, London.
Grandage was born in Yorkshire, England, and raised in Penzance, Cornwall where his parents ran a family business. He was educated at the Humphry Davy Grammar School before training as an actor at Central School of Speech and Drama through 1984. He worked as an actor for twelve years before turning to directing in 1996.
He made his directorial debut in 1996 with a production of Last Yankee at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester.