Jemima Levick

Artistic Director & CEO

Jemima was appointed Artistic Director and Chief Executive in May 2016. Prior to that, she served as Artistic Director and as Associate Director at Dundee Rep Theatre for seven years. She trained at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and on a Scottish Arts Council Director Traineeship. Read more

Stellar Quines & Glasgow Women’s Library launch Play Amnesty

Stellar Quines and Glasgow Women’s Library have launched a Play Amnesty to showcase female playwriting talent.
The Play Amnesty is a call out for plays written by women. As we both champion female voices we are asking people to donate copies of plays and scripts written by women that have been

Stellar Quines & Glasgow Women’s Library Play Amnesty

Stellar Quines and Glasgow Women’s Library have launched a Play Amnesty to showcase female playwriting talent.
The Play Amnesty is a call out for plays written by women. As we both champion female voices we are asking people to donate copies of plays and scripts written by women that have been published,

Pippa Murphy

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
I’m a Composer, Sound Designer, arranger and lecturer. I work with many different people in many different art forms. I love the variety of projects I work on, and the diversity of the people I work

Rebecca Sharp – the moment I knew I was on the right track

The Air That carries the Weight

Ahead of rehearsals starting for her new work, The Air That Carries the Weight, on 22nd February, we asked Rebecca Sharp about how she made the progression with her script from Rehearsal Room 25 in October 2014 to the final version.
This is the main stage production following on from the

Jenny Sealey

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
I’ve been Artistic Director of Graeae Theatre Company since 1997. Graeae was founded in 1980 to address the lack of opportunity for Deaf and disabled people in the performing arts. It is a company founded

Faith Liddell

How would you describe the work that you do?
Basically, it’s all about collaboration. I work with the 12 major festivals in Edinburgh on their joint strategic ambition working across programme investment, international working, marketing, innovation and environmental practice. In order to this, we collaborate in turn with a whole range

Fiona Sturgeon Shea

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
As Creative Director, I am responsible for the overall leadership of the organisation which supports, develops and promotes Scotland’s playwrights. A great deal of my work right now is making and nurturing our partnerships – with

Sylvia Dow

How would you describe your current job and what do you like best about it?
As a playwright I’ve found that writing, although it can be frustrating, and the stuff of sleepless nights, is also marvelously liberating and satisfying. Especially writing for theatre.
What do you consider your best work and why?
I’m

Music for Rehearsal Rooms – Little Forks and The Dark Twin

Catriona McKay of Strange Rainbow has kindly shared some of her beautiful music with us, in readiness for our up and coming Rehearsal Room 25 with Rebecca Sharp. Catriona will be working with Rebecca and Muriel during the Rehearsal Room process and performing live during the evenings open rehearsals. Her

Extracts from Little Forks and The Dark Twin

Rebecca Sharp's typewriter

Rebecca Sharp is hard at work on the scripts for Little Forks and The Dark Twin, which she’ll be presenting at our up and coming Rehearsal Room at the end of October.
She’s kindly sent us some exclusive extracts of the work to give a flavour of what to expect – enjoy!
Little