Feb-April: Working with Pearlfisher, Philip Howard and Caitlin Skinner’s company on early stages of funding and planning for a touring project.

Feb-October: Programming WOW What Now? Perth 2019 with Horsecross Arts, taking place on Saturday 5th October. A day of action and conversation about gender equality, building on the work of Women of the World, WOW Foundation – founder Jude Kelly OBE.

April- August: Working with Lauren Booth’s Fringe show Accidentally Muslim as associate producers for the world premiere of her self-produced autobiographical show charting her life and the experiences that led her to follow Islam.

June-October: Working with Lubna Kerr, Scottish Pakistani comedian and actor, producing her work-in-progress project Tickbox, funded by Creative Scotland’s Create Inclusion Fund

June-December: Working on Leith Theatre-Yard Heads workshop and script development project, collaborating with Citizen Curator to investigate the potential for North Edinburgh Performing Arts Informal Network and the sort of work that could emerge from it.

March-ongoing: Working with musician Joseph Malik and his new ensemble ‘Out of the Ordinary’ filming and recording their progress, including live performances, working with film-maker Glenda Rome who filmed this performance of the singe Take a Left at the Voodoo Rooms, directed by John Paul McGroarty.


Produced and directed major European Cultural Co-operation project production of The Last Days of Mankind by Karl Kraus with co-director Yuri Birte Anderson, a full-scale production featuring the Tiger Lillies and 27 performers from seven European countries at Leith Theatre, on the centenary of the Armistice of World War One.