About Lewis Hetherington
Lewis is an award winning playwright, director and performance maker. His work is rooted in collaboration and storytelling and he is passionate about using the arts to create space for positive change.
He is co- founder of fieldwork performance. He was creative lead on QWERK, a mini festival of writing for performance by queer writers from all over the world, and also on Dear Green Place, an extensive programme of creative activity across North East Glasgow responding to the climate crisis including dance, music, writing, foraging, and community action. He is an Associate of The PappyShow working on both BOYS and THANKS FOR NOTHING and is a passionate advocate of their work which celebrates marginalised voices through a process of kindness, inclusion and radical joy.
Other work includes The Coming Back Out Ball (National Theatre of Scotland), Rocket Post!, The Secret Life of Suitcases and Cloud Man (Constellation Points) and six Christmas shows at Platform.
His work has been performed in countries all over the world including China, Japan, Germany, Canada, USA, Australia amongst others. He has created, presented and developed work with communities across the world, from Stornoway to Singapore to Saudi Arabia.