The latest episode focusses on The Majority by Rob Drummond, which I directed in August 2017. Includes interviews with me and Rob, along with researchers Oliver Heath (RHUL) and Kirsty Sedgman (Bristol).
The latest episode features an interview with me, and a discussion about CauseWay: The Story of the Alloway Suffragettes by Victoria Bianchi, which I directed at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Ayrshire in 2014.
A script for my devised performance, Demises (2007), was published this summer by Oberon in a new book of texts from the first ten years of the Forest Fringe. Purchase a copy here.
A new book about Deep Mapping includes the article I wrote with Dr. Laura Bissell, ‘Regular Routes: Deep Mapping a Performative Counterpractice for the Daily Commute’. Download the PDF version, or purchase a copy here.
CauseWay by Victoria Bianchi, a site-specific performance I directed for the National Trust for Scotland last year, will be presented again at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway, on 10-12 October 2015. Buy tickets here.
My new article, co-written with Dr. Laura Bissell, has just been published. Read it in Humanities.
Dr. Laura Bissell and I have co-written an essay about how theatre and performance responded to (and contributed to) last year’s Scottish independence debate (available in a special issue of Contemporary Theatre Review on ‘Electoral Theatre’, and accompanied by a short film of interviews with artists).
Dr. Laura Bissell and I travelled north through Finland last year on a ‘mobile train conference’. Our account of the journey is available in Cultural Geographies
Bullet Catch by Rob Drummond, a play that I co-directed for the Arches arts centre, will be at the PuSh Festival, Vancouver, 15 Jan – 7 Feb
Herald Angel Award 2012, Total Theatre Award 2012, Belfast Telegraph Critics Award 2013