Davey Anderson

Davey is a writer, director and musician. His plays include Snuff, Wired, Rupture, Liar, Blackout, Clutter Keeps Company, Playback, Scavengers and The Static. His work with the National Theatre of Scotland includes To Begin, Enquirer, Peter Pan, Be Near Me, Mixter Maxter, Black Watch and Home. Adaptations include Dead Man Dying by Estebán Navajas Cortés, Thieves and Boy by Hao Jingfang and The War Hasn’t Started Yet by Mikhail Durnenkov. He recently co-created and performed How to Choose with Trigger and was co-writer of The Jean Jacques Rousseau Show, Demons and The Deficit Show for A Play, a Pint and a Pint at Oran Mor, Glasgow. His short plays for Theatre Uncut include True or False and Police State, a co-production with Theatre Dot, Istanbul. He has worked with many theatre companies across Scotland and the UK, including The Arches, Traverse, Tron, Citizens, Grey Coast, Ankur, Birds of Paradise, Visible Fictions, ThickSkin, Donmar Warehouse and the National Theatre of Great Britain. Recent international collaborations have taken him to Limerick, Lisbon, São Paulo, Beijing and Montréal. Davey was Associate Director on Architecting and is a writer/Associate Director with The TEAM on Anything That Gives Off Light.