Executive Producer for THe Last Days of Mankind. The first professional theatre production by Leith Theatre Trust and the first professional theatre show in Leith Theatre for 30 years. Created with Theaterlabor (Germany) and The Tiger Lillies, in conjunction with Companies from Scotland Ireland, Poland, Serbia, Ukraine and France it ran for 6 performances.
I was Interim Chief Executive at Eden Court Theatre and Cinema, running the company between October 2017 and early February 2018 when the Chief Executive designate took over
I produced Freedom on the Tyne with Director Tim Supple & playwright Roy Williams OBE, a celebration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King . Out of the Buildings and Streets of Newcastle came a unique afternoon of theatre, music, dance, circus and art to celebrate the courage and sacrifice of those who have led the long march for civil rights. Starting from different locations across the city, the stories from Alabama 1963, India 1919, South Africa 1961, Manchester 1819, and Tyneside 1936 wove together a unique immersive performance featuring a local cast of hundreds of local performers.
I was producer for Janis Claxton Dance most recently on Pop Up Duets which was presented at Merchant City Festival, Edinburgh Fringe and on Tour in Scotland.
Producer - Manning Camerata are the classical group for the 21st century. Under Artistic Director Peter Manning it creates innovative events that are centred on music and invigorate other disciplines. It renew the ethos of the Florentine Camerata as it work with scientists, artists and musicians.
I produced Citizens Rehearse, the reading of a new play on James Connolly with Robert Rae and Our Land Productions
I produced the the recent Scottish tour of plan B's Citizen in the central belt and Highlands.
Relationship Manager for this exciting singing project connected to the commonwealth games in Glasgow.
Venue Producer - Paterson’s Land was set up as a new Edinburgh home for some of Scotland’s leading artists and performing arts companies
during the 2013 Fringe.
during the 2013 Fringe.
Building Project Manager - The National Theatre of Scotland was established in 2006 and has created over 200 productions. Being a theatre without walls and building-free, the Company presents a wide variety of work that ranges from large-scale productions to projects tailored to the smallest performing spaces.
I have also been advising Glasgow Caledonian University on Performance Spaces in their newly imagined Campus