Alexi Kaye Campbell

Alexi’s first play THE PRIDE premiered at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs in November 2008 for which he was awarded the Critic’s Circle Prize for Most Promising Playwright and the John Whiting award for Best New Play. The production was also awarded the Olivier award for Outstanding Achievement in an affiliate theatre. THE PRIDE then transferred to America and was produced at MCC Theatre in New York in January 2010 directed by Joe Mantello. In June 2011 a revival of THE PRIDE was produced at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, directed by Richard Wilson. In Autumn 2013 another revival of THE PRIDE, directed by Jamie Lloyd, enjoyed a successful run in the West End of London before embarking on a national tour.

His second play, APOLOGIA opened at the Bush Theatre in the summer of 2009, directed by Josie Rourke. APOLOGIA was short-listed for The John Whiting Award and nominated for Best Play at the Writers Guild Awards 2009.

Alexi’s third play THE FAITH MACHINE directed by Jamie Lloyd, premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in August 2011 to excellent reviews.

In June 2013 his fourth play, BRACKEN MOOR, was produced by Shared Experience at the Tricycle Theatre in London, and was directed by Polly Teale.

In 2016 Alexi’s play, SUNSET AT THE VILLA THALIA, was produced at the National Theatre in a production directed by Simon Godwin and starring Ben Miles and Elizabeth McGovern.

In August 2017 a revival of APOLOGIA was produced at the Trafalgar Studios in London, directed by Jamie Lloyd and starring Stockard Channing.

APOLOGIA was then produced at the Roundabout Theatre in New York, directed by Daniel Aukin.

Alexi’s plays have been produced in many countries, including Australia, Germany, Sweden, Greece, Japan, South Korea and Belgium.

Alexi wrote the feature film WOMAN IN GOLD directed by Simon Curtis and starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds, with BBC Films and Origin Pictures. It was the highest earning independent film of 2015.