About Grant Anderson
Grant studied lighting design at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and graduated receiving the Dean of Drama Award for Best Individual Work.
Grant has also designed extensively for the Scottish Events Industry, including Botanic Lights 2015 Seasons In Colour and 2016 EXPLORE, (Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh); Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Torchlight Procession & Street Party, including the 2017 Midnight Moment.
As well as designing in the UK, Grant’s work has transferred internationally to New York, Beijing, Madrid, Valencia and Rio.
Selected credits include: Wendy Hoose, Blanch & Butch, The Tin Soldier (Birds of Paradise); One Mississippi, Submarine Time Machine, To Begin (National Theatre of Scotland & NTS Learn); Little Red And The Wolf, Freak Show, Forest Boy, The Girl Who (Noisemaker); Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs (Edinburgh International Festival); The Broons national tour (Sell A Door); Cuttin’ A Rug, Simon’s Magical Christmas Socks, Panic Patterns (Citizens Theatre); A Christmas Carol, Love Song, In My Father’s Words, Hecuba, Promises Promises, Baby Baby (Dundee Repertory Theatre); The Polar Bears Go Wild (Macrobert, Stirling); News Just In (Random Accomplice); And The Beat Goes On (Perth Theatre & Random Accomplice); Summer on Stage 2012 – 2016 (Lyceum Theatre); The Maw Broon Monologues (Tron Theatre); Without A Hitch (Room 2 Manoeuvre); Chess, Into The Woods, Cabaret, 9 to 5, Urinetown, Addams Family, Godspell, Avenue Q, Sunday In The Park With George, Company, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Wasted Love, Show Choir (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland).
Grant is a member of the Association of Lighting Designers.