Skip to main content

Ross Graham

Director London

Ross is a director and theatre-maker from North Yorkshire, based between London and York. He's interested in playful and inventive theatre that encourages people to think critically and be kind. He has a background as a performer, and enjoys scripted and devised work - creating rehearsal spaces where actors can explore, experiment, laugh and test the liveness of a project.

Current member of the Royal Court's Script Panel dramaturgy programme, and a member of UNION - the Northern School for Artists and Activists (run by Leeds-based 'Heads Together').

As an actor and musician, he has and performed work at venues including Warwick Arts Centre, Sheffield Theatres, York Theatre Royal, Bradford Lit Fest, Camden People's Theatre, Bedlam at the Edinburgh Fringe, and with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. He has directed work with and for young people in schools and Youth Theatres.

(he/him)

Credits

DIRECTOR, Recital (Scratch), Katzpace Theatre, 1 performance, 2019
DIRECTOR, Making History, Emergency Festival Manchester 1 Performance, 2019
DIRECTOR, Making History (Scratch), Camden People’s Theatre, 1 Performance, 2019
DIRECTOR, Zero-Ultra, Capital Studio, Warwick, 3 Performances, 2018
CO-DIRECTOR, The Bunker, HMP Hewell, 1 Performance (and workshop), 2018
CO-DIRECTOR, Trainspotting, Warwick Arts Centre, 4 Performances, 2017
DIRECTOR, Mr. McGuiness, Warwick University, 2 Performances, 2016

Training

BA Hons (first) - English and Theatre Studies, The University of Warwick (2015-18)

Royal Court Script Panel Programme (2019)

Member of UNION - The Northern School of Artists and Activists Programme (2019-20)

Riding Lights Theatre Company Summer Course and Internship (2017)

National Youth Theatre Members Summer Course (2013-Present)

Experience

1-2 years

Skills

Acting
Devising
Dramaturgy
Music - Can learn by ear
Music - Can Read
Music - Plays Instruments
Music - Singing
Site Responsive/Immersive
Sound Design
Street Theatre
Teaching
Working with Young People
Working with young people with special educational needs
Writing

Additional Languages

None

Social