About Laura Cameron-Lewis
Laura Cameron-Lewis Born in Fife, Laura was a member of Carnegie Youth Theatre and Kelty Musical Association before she studied on the Performing Arts NC and Acting HNC at Edinburgh’s Telford College, training includes with Derevo theatre company, Angela De Castro, and Gardzienice in Poland during her BA (Hons) Theatre (Devised) at Dartington. She then undertook an MPhil (Research) at Glasgow University in Compositional Strategies for Pervasive Performance under Dee Heddon and Simon Murray. National Theatre of Scotland work includes: Highway Diner’s, Scale of Tears; and Quantum Physical. Other theatre work includes: the new musical, How the Light Gets In with Shona Reppe, Soil and Soul and the Royal Lyceum’s The Illiad, Whatever Gets You Through the Night The Arches/Pachamama/Biphonic; (g)Host City Edinburgh’s Virtual Festival, The Selfish Giant The Arches Theatre Company, Works of Temporary Solace, This is How We Say Goodbye, Franz Ferdinant Impromptu all by Highway Diner and Dig for Fire, and Andromache by Laboratorium-33. TV work includes Gary the Tank Commander The Comedy Unit, Children of Hoarders and Demented for Studio Fir Chlis. Film work includes Whatever Gets You through the Night The Arches / Pachamama/ Biphonic / Daniel Warren, and How the Light Gets In Ootlands and Studio Fir Chlis. Laura won the Scotsman Fringe First award for Highway Diner’s Works of Temporary Solace, and was one of the key creatives on the Creative Scotland Award winning Whatever Gets You Through the Night.