About Emily Ingram
Emily Ingram is a Scottish-based theatre director, writer, performer, and props-maker. She grew up in Portsmouth, England, before moving to Edinburgh as a teenager. She went on to complete an Honours degree at the University of Edinburgh and was part of the pilot group for Birds Of Paradise’s Young Artists scheme. Other training has included a Snapshot Placement at the Young Vic. Theatre work includes Quantum Physics Vs Zombies (University of Glasgow; Glasgow Science Festival), The Grandmothers Grimm (Some Kind of Theatre, UK tour), Sherlock Holmes: The Final Reckoning (Twisted Thistle; David Stuart Davies), Dead White Anarchists (Paul Case Spoken Word), and The Sprite In The Dolls House, an adaptation of Vita Sackville-West’s A Note Of Explanation that was produced for the Palace of Holyroodhouse’s Christmas events programme in 2019. She has also enjoyed working as a director for Edinburgh Acting School’s Performance Course; as an assistant director for Aulos Productions; and as a props-maker for A War Of Two Halves (This Is My Story Productions) at Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh. As a community theatre director, Emily worked with Amnesty International: St Mark’s branch in 2014 to create a production of Christine Bacon’s verbatim theatre piece, Even If We Lose Our Lives at Summerhall. During lockdown, Emily has been working for global Shakespeare project, The Show Must Go Online, as a props-maker, associate stage manager, and associate director.