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April 29th Scratch Night Directors!

We are happy to announce the directors being featured on the 29th of April at Civic House in Glasgow.


Catriona MacLeod

Cat is a writer and director from the Isle of Mull currently working across theatre and film. Most recently, she was appointed Associate Director with international theatre company Vanishing Point, co-founded actors' workshop Gaun Yersel' and produces _ and friends, a new performance night with a different guest curator for each event.


In film, she's a BAFTA Connect member, a Short Circuit Convergence screenwriter, was part of the Glasgow Film Festival New Talent Mentorship programme in 2021, represented Scotland at the CineSud Director's Village filmmakers residency in the Netherlands, and was commissioned to make her first short film through Screen Scotland and GMAC Film's Little Pictures scheme in 2021.


Cecilia Thoden van Velzen

Cecilia is a theatre maker and writer from the Netherlands. She came to Scotland to study at the Royal Conservatoire after finishing her directing degree at Toneelacademie Maastricht and was so charmed by Scotland’s cultural scene that she continued to make her art here.


In her work, Cecilia likes to build theatrical machines that evoke a sense of wonder and purpose through sound. She’s focused on the musicality of story and approaches performance like she would composition. She loves the absurd, the puzzle, the unseen, and the underdog.


Eleanor Felton

Eleanor holds her MFA in Theatre Directing from Birkbeck University and was resident assistant director at the Citizens Theatre for their 22/23 season. She is currently developing a series of plays based on women in myth, and is passionate about developing new work. Recent directing credits include Cavalleria Rusticana and Gianni Schicchi (Fife Opera), Don’t Shoot the Albatross (GOYA Theatre), Have You Heard (Nora Productions), and The Comedy of Errors (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival). Assisting credits include The Comedy of Errors, Moonset, and Maud’s Map (Citizens Theatre), and Alföld (Play, Pie, & a Pint).


Esme Bayley

Esme is taking her first steps into the world of directing. Having worked extensively across Scottish theatre as a performer and theatre maker she has had the delight to work collaboratively with companies including Company of Wolves, Bard in the Botanics, Thick Skin Theatre Company and some. She is excited by and grateful to Play Full Theatre for supporting her in her evolving creative aspirations!


Sarah Marie Mooney

Sarah is director and dramaturg from Renfrewshire, now based in Edinburgh. She is passionate about creative access practices, intersectional feminist theatre making and developing new writing particularly in rehearsal rooms.

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