Graham Eatough

Graham is an award-winning theatre-maker based in Scotland who also works in visual art and film. His work often blurs the boundaries between theatre and art, challenging an audience’s perceptions of reality and fiction and their terms of engagement.

Recent projects include Nomanslanding at Tramway, Glasgow in June 2017 and No End to Enderby, a major commission for Manchester International Festival 2017 with artist Stephen Sutcliffe presented at Whitworth Art Gallery Manchester. No End to Enderby won the 2015 Contemporary Art Society prize. Graham’s production of Alasdair Gray’s epic Lanark, co-produced with the Citizens Theatre and Edinburgh International Festival in 2015, won a Herald Angel Award and two Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland. Previously for the National Theatre of Scotland he co-created The Making of Us at Tramway as part of GI (2012) and screened at the Edinburgh International Film Festival (2013). He recently collaborated with Turner Prize winning artist Simon Starling on At Twilight for Common Guild Gallery, as well as previous presentations of Nomanslanding (Sydney Harbour, Ruhrtrienalle) and In Camera with Graham Fagen (La Friche, Marseille).

Graham was Artistic Director of Suspect Culture Theatre Company from 1996 to 2009. He currently teaches at the University of Glasgow on the Theatre Practices and Playwriting and Dramaturgy programmes.

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