Kate Flatt trained at the Royal Ballet School and assisted Leonide Massine whilst developing her career as a choreographer. She now works nationally and internationally in contemporary dance, ballet, film, opera, theatre and musicals including the original musical staging for Les Misérables at the RSC, in the West End and beyond.
Theatre work includes Undivided Loves, a new work for Phoenix Dance Theatrein 2015, Three Sisters, Dream Play, Albert Speer, Power, and Ends of the Earth (NT); ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore, Dr Faustus, Skellig and The Skin of Our Teeth (Young Vic); Fiddler on the Roof (Sheffield, West End), Hamlet (Old Vic), and Kreutzer Sonata at the Gate. Her devised dance theatre works include Slowburn, Soul Play, Songs from a Hotel Bedroom based on Kurt Weill’s American songs, The Ballroom of Joys and Sorrows and most recently The Oss and the Ox.
Opera choreography includes Turandot at the Royal Opera; works at Glyndebourne, in Paris, Valencia and Washington; and productions of Britten’s Gloriana and Peter Grimes with Phyllida Lloyd at Opera North and English National Opera.
Film includes Chaplin, Restoration and The Avengers and co-devising/choreographing The Dancing Room for BBC2.
Kate teaches choreography at the Royal Ballet School. She is a Churchill Fellow, and holds a Rayne Foundation Choreographic Fellowship.