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Graham Eatough Director
Graham is a theatre maker who also works in visual art and film. He was co-founder and Artistic Director of Suspect Culture theatre company with whom he created fourteen shows between 1994 and 2009.

Current Work includes:

This is Memorial Device (Adaptation / Director) Edinburgh Lyceum Theatre / Traverse Theatre / Riverside Studios


The Reason I Jump (conceived and directed) NTS Based on the book by Naoki Higoshida
Translated by David Mitchell and Keiko Yoshida

How to Act (writer/director) National Theatre of Scotland

Scotsman Fringe First

The Reason I Jump (lead artist) National Theatre of Scotland

Lanark EIF / Citizens Theatre Adapted w/ David Greig

Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland (Design and Technical) and Herald Angel Award

Hela Iron Oxide/Edinburgh Festival Adura Onashile

Scottish Arts Club Outstanding New Scottish Drama Edinburgh Festival

Static Suspect Culture/Graeae Dan Rebellato

Futurology Suspect Culture, National Theatre of Sotland/Brighton Festival David Greig

The Escapologist Suspect Culture/Tramway/Drum Theatre Simon Bent

A Different Language Suspect Culture/il Rossetti Teatro Stabile di Trieste Renato Gabrielli

8000m Suspect Culture/Tramway David Greig

Candide 2000 Suspect Culture David Greig

Casanova Suspect Culture David Greig

Mainstream Suspect Culture David Greig

Timeless Suspect Culture David Greig

Visual Art and Film

No End to Enderby Glasgow International of Visual Art/
Manchester Int. Festival
with Stephen Sutcliffe

Contemporary Arts Society Prize 2015

At Twilight Common Guild Gallery with Simon Starling

In Camera La Friche, Marseille With Graham Fagen

The Making of Us Glasgow International With Graham Fagen

Creative Scotland Vital Sparks Award

This Time With Feeling Glasgow International

Stage Fright Suspect Culture/Centre for Contemporary Arts/Glasgow

Killing Time Suspect Culture/Dundee Contemporary Arts With Graham Fagen

Missing (wiriter/director) Suspect Culture/Scottish Screen/UK Film Council

Teaching Graham teaches directing, dramaturgy and playwriting at Glasgow University, and has led workshops and masterclasses in theatres, universities and schools in many countries.