Artistic Director

Anastasia Revi


Anastasia Revi was born in Athens and lives and works in London since 1995. She is the Artistic Director of Theatre Lab Company, an award- winning International Theatre Company, based in London. Theatre Lab Company is a charity and Anastasia is the Secretary of its Board of Trustees. Anastasia has directed a vast number of theatre productions in London, in Greece and abroad and she collaborates with Oxford University since 2015. She has worked as a workshop facilitator, radio producer, interpreter, translator of theatre plays and literature and as a producer of theatre festivals. She has worked in Education, she has organised art festivals, readings and presentations of Greek writers in London and Oxford, she has worked with a great number of independent artists from all over the world, including composers, poets, photographers, designers, film makers, and installation artists.

She has been invited to give lectures to Oxford University and the University of Cyprus. She has an ongoing collaboration with academics of Greece and UK, and she has a passion for Greece and Greek Culture. During the lockdown she continued to work by creating quality online productions, one of which, “The Philhellene Lord Byron” was promoted by the Ministry of Culture of Greece. Her current work focuses on Women’s Issues, and she is invited to give lectures on the subject of Empowering Women. She has an extensive experience into fundraising from small crowd funding activities to major events and her record consists of major organisations like The Arts Council of England, The Awards for All, and The Secretary General of Greeks abroad, as well as private funding.


Awards & Nominations:

Individual Awards & Nominations:

Greek International Women Awards, London, December 2017 – Anastasia has been highly praised and recognised for her hard work and dedication to Culture and she was nominated, amongst the 5 finalists.

Woman of the Year Award of Greece, Athens, March 2017 – Nominated amongst the 3 finalists

Best Theatre Director Award of Greece, 2016 –  Awarded for her Shakespeare’s Macbeth (National Theatre of Northern Greece, November 2016)

EXALIPTRON Award for Theatre, Athens, April 2016 –  Awarded for her career in Theatre

Emerging Theatre Director Award of Greece, 2009


Production Awards & Nominations:

OFFCOMM Commendation, 2019 – Awarded to Theatre Lab Company for the production ‘Great Expectations’

Most Innovative International Theatre Production Company UK at the Global Entertainment Awards, 2018

Coup de Coeur of Avignon Festival, 2014 – Awarded to Theatre Lab Company for the production ‘Salome’

Press’ Choice, Prague International Fringe Festival, 2007 – Awarded to Theatre Lab Company for the production ‘Velvet Scratch’

Total Theatre Awards of Edinburgh Festival, 2007 – Theatre Lab Company was nominated for the production ‘Velvet Scratch’

The Hellenic Foundation Award, 1997



English and American Literature (Aristotle University, Greece)

3-year Classical Acting (National Theatre of Northern Greece – Distinction)

London Theatre Conservatory

École Philippe Gaulier

Workshops with masters of theatre including Simon McBurney, Augusto Boal, Ozzie Rodriguez, Tage Larsen, Rufus Norris



Don Juan (The Vaults, 2022; Hoxton Hall, 2018)

A Respectable Wedding (Old Fire Station Oxford, 2022; Playground Theatre, London, 2018)

Emmeline: The Suffragette Movement (The Cockpit, 2021)

Love Letters (audio-visual series of 10 episodes, 2020)

Great Expectations (Playground Theatre, London, 2019)

Lucrezia Borgia, The Sinner/The Saint (The Cockpit, London; Oxford Playhouse-BT Studio; Theocharakis Foundation, Athens; Avlaia Theatre, Thessaloniki; Municipal & Regional Theatre of Larisa, 2019)

MADAME X (Theatro Technis Karolos Koun, Athens, 2019)

Mothers and Lovers (Playground Theatre, London, 2019)

Six Nights on the Acropolis (Hellenic Centre, London, 2018)

Jamaica Inn (Tabard Theatre, London, 2017)

Salome (Hoxton Hall, London; Festival D’Avignon OFF, France; Thessaloniki; Cabaret Voltaire, Athens; Old Cholmeley Boys’ Club, London, 2017-2012)

Dancing with the Devil: A play about Rudolf Nureyev (Sadler’s Wells Lilian Baylis Studio, London, 2016)

Macbeth (National Theatre of Northern Greece, Thessaloniki, 2016)

Sweet Bird of Youth (Alma Theatre, Athens, 2015)

Medea (Riverside Studios, London, 2014)

Lysistrata (Riverside Studios, London, 2013)

The Oresteia (Riverside Studios, London, 2012)

Psychostasia: The Performance (Riverside Studios, London, 2012)

Medusa: The Beheaded Lover (Shunt, London, 2011)

Antigone (International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama, Cyprus, 2011; Riverside Studios, London, 2010)

The Fall of the House of Usher (Old Cholmeley Boys’ Club, London, 2010)

Kiss the Shadow (Soho Theatre & Royal Festival Hall, London, 2010)

Ghost from a Perfect Place (National Theatre of Northern Greece, Thessaloniki, 2009)

Velvet Scratch (New York International Fringe Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, Prague International Fringe Festival, 2008-2006)

From the Pit of my Stomach (Etcetera Theatre, 2007)

XXX ANONYMOUS (Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2007; Prague Fringe Festival, 2006; Kings Head Theatre, London, 2005; Dublin Fringe Festival, 2004; Pleasance Theatre, London, 2003)

GUERNICA (Oval House Theatre, London, 2006; National Theatre of Greece, Athens, 2006)

MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (All Saints Arts Centre, London, 2006)

WHEN AMAZONS WAKE (Open Air Theatre Festival of Greece, 2005)

FOR EVER (Pleasance Theatre, London, 2005)

FLOWERS FOR THE LADY (Pleasance Theatre, London, 2004)

URBAN STORIES (UK Tour, 2022-2003: Lakeside Theatre – Colchester, Midland Arts Centre – Birmingham, Old Market Theatre- Brighton, Pleasance Theatre- London, Riverside Studios – London)

FIVE KINDS OF SILENCE (Sofouli Theatre, Thessaloniki, 2001-2002)

WITH POWER FROM SHOREDITCH (Rosemary Branch Theatre, London, 2001; Politia Theatre, Athens 2001, BITEF Theatre, Belgrade, 2001)

BYZANTIUM 00 AD (Union Chapel, London, 2000)

DANGEROUS CORNER (The Hellenic Centre, London, 1998; Athens College Theatre, Athens, 1999)

MELINA – A story about the pleasure of life (The Hellenic Centre, London, 1998)

CABARET CAB (Canal Café Theatre, London, 1996)


Digital Productions:

Lord Byron June 2021
EROS March 2020
MADAME X October 2020


Workshop Facilitator:

Theatre Lab Company 3-year Acting: Ongoing since 2017, with the first set of students completing the course in 2021 (delay due to COVID-19)

Theatre Directing Course Virtual, 2021

PRAXIS Theatre Group of Oxford University: Permanent collaboration since 2015

Theatre as a World Maker Theatre Delicatessen, London 2017

Young Heroes funded by Awards for All Priory Centre, Acton, 2009-2010

Boxes with secrets: get in touch with emotions, release creativity, funded by Awards for All Islington Community organisations; Acton Schools, Community Centres and Acton Library, 2007-2008

The Unique Characters of Greek Tragedy funded by Awards for All The Hellenic Centre, 2006

Children, Dual Identity funded by Awards for All The Greek School of London and Greek Cypriot Schools of North London, 2004-2006

Contemporary Nomads AktisIliou Project, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2003

Women, Cultural Diversity and Integration funded by Awards for All North London Women Community Centres, 2001



From Greek to English:

Fire and Water by C. Spelioti, 2007
For Ever by G. Iliopoulos, 2005
Bryan by N. Karvelas, 2005
Flowers for the Lady by Α. Dimou, 2004
Time is Always on Time by Μ. Anthis, 2004
Everything Settled by Μ. Anthis, 2004
XXX Anonymous by G. Iliopoulos, 2003
The Parade by L. Anagnostaki, 1996

From English to Greek:
Ghost from a Perfect Place by Philip Ridley, 2008
Bellsby Yasmin Whittaker-Khan, 2005
Five Kinds of Silence by Sheilagh Stevenson, 2001


Festivals & Events:

6 + 1 Greek Voices onStage

Greek Theatre on the 21st Century

Dimitris Dimitriadis

Contemporary Greek Theatre in Oxford

Presentation of the books Contemporary Greek Theatre Volume 1 and Volume 2


Empowering Women – Digital Talks:

Lecture on ‘Different Women-Existing Women’, University of Cyprus

Corporate presentation on ‘Confidence in Women’ for Estee Lauder personnel



Radio producer at London Greek Radio (1998-2002)


Voiceovers for major brands