About Jemima Levick
Jemima was born in London and grew up in Bristol. She trained at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and on a Scottish Arts Council Director Traineeship at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh. She is Artistic Director & Chief Executive of Stellar Quines, a touring theatre company based in Edinburgh. Her credits for the National Theatre of Scotland include: The 306: Day a co-production with Stellar Quines, Perth Theatre and the Red Note Ensemble, The Last Queen of Scotland in association with Stellar Quines and Dundee Rep and You Tell Us What Was, We Tell You What Is for NTS Learn.
Other theatre work includes: Maggie May (Leeds Playhouse, Queens Theatre Hornchurch and Leicester Curve), Fibres (Stellar Quines and the Citizens Theatre), This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing (Stellar Quines and Imaginate), All My Sons (Dundee Rep), Bingo! (Stellar Quines and Grid Iron, The Lover (Stellar Quines, The Royal Lyceum and Scottish Dance Theatre), Time and the Conways, The Glass Menagerie, Peter Pan, A Christmas Carol (The Royal Lyceum Theatre), My Romantic History, The Wall (Borderline) prior to joining Stellar Quines,
Jemima was Artistic Director at Dundee Rep where she directed more than 20 productions. Highlights include: Great Expectations, James and the Giant Peach, The Glass Menagerie, The Tempest, A Doll’s House, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Elves and the Shoemakers, Equus, The Elephant Man and Beauty and the Beast. TV work includes: River City for BBC Studios She has been nominated for and won a number of awards, and as a producer she has worked with a number of other companies, including The National Theatre of Scotland, The Traverse Theatre and Paines Plough. Future projects include: River City, Molly & Mack (both BBC) and a UK tour of Fibres.