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Calum is a Director, Theatre Maker and Lecturer with a particular interest in autobiographical and verbatim work and platforming marginalised voices.

Fifteen years ago, Calum began training in performing arts, gaining  NC-HND Acting and Performance at Dundee College (2009-2012), then their  BA (Hons) Contemporary Theatre and Performance at Manchester Met University (2013 - 2016)  and finally an MA Classical and Contemporary Text (directing) at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (2019 - 2021).

Their work includes Dear Daddy, Who Art in Heaven (2023), Out of Water (2021), Talk To Me (2021), A Wake, It's Mourning (2018), Confessions of a Not Quite Adult (2018), That's Life (2016), See Her (2016) and The Round (2012). 

They are a co-founder of Queertre, a Queer theatre company whose first show "The Last Will and Testament of [_______________]" debuted at Bonjour in Glasgow Winter 2023. 

Calum is a passionate advocate of empowering marginalised and young voices, making original work, creating socially conscious and political theatre, and is reluctantly a big fan of Shakespeare. 

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