Kath is working again with Mairi Campbell following the success of Pulse (seen most recently at Vault Festival in London). The new show, Mairi Campbell: Auld Lang Syne is included in the Made in Scotland showcase at Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and will play at the Scottish Storytelling Centre throughout August.
Kath is director and dramaturge for Kate Maravan’s The Old House, to be performed at Camden Fringe in August 2018. She is also collaborating with Skye Loneragan on Though This Be Madness, funded by Creative Scotland.
Kath has a new solo show in development. InVisible Lines was shared with an invited audience in June 2017, and will reappear in 2018. More info here.
In February 2018 Kath directed a week of development for What Fine Things We Are, a new piece of music theatre by AA Associate Artist Kath Bruce, funded by Creative Scotland.
Kath enjoys nurturing and enabling artists to fulfill their creative potential.
Kath's life-partner, Chris Grady runs monthly consultancy sessions on a pay-what-you-can basis. If you want advice or if you have a project you want to kick-start then Chris is happy to help you make it happen! For more info click here.
Kath is Artistic Advisor for Imogen Butler-Cole's Foreign Body, which also played at Vault Festival 2018.