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Sir Peter Hall CBE

22 November 1930 to 11 September 2017

A British director whose career had a momentous effect on modern theatre, Hall created the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1961 and later served as the director of the National Theatre. When directing for the screen he received BAFTA nominations for She’s Been Away (1989) and The Camomile Lawn (1992).

Read Sir Peter Hall's Telegraph obituary here.