Garry Robson has directed over 40 professional productions both here and abroad receiving several awards including a Manchester Evening News Theatre Award and a Herald Angel.. He was Artistic Director of DaDaFest International 2008 and 2010, establishing DaDaFest as one of the key International Festival for Deaf and Disability Arts and performance worldwide. As an actor as well as numerous roles on TV and Radio he has performed in many of the major theatres in the UK in a range of classics and new works. He was Bob/Billy in Graeae’s Reasons to be Cheerful and Peachum in the New Wolsey Theatre, Graeae, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Nottingham Playhouse and Birmingham Rep production of Threepenny Opera.

In 2016 he directed a Hip Hop Theatre installation for young people Café Missing, a show in Siberia for KultProject Moscow at the Skomorokh State Puppet Theatre Tomsk, a body swap comedy, Role Shift, at A Play a Pie and a Pint in Glasgow and ended the year Directing a re-imagining of The Tempest -Miranda and Caliban: The Making of a Monster – in Hong Kong as part of the Shakespeare Lives Festival. He’s hoping 2017 is gonna be a good year but a little less hectic.