Mark Thomson

Writer / Director

Add to shortlist
Mark Thomson

Film, TV & Theatre

Agent: Rose Cobbe
Assistant: Jack Vogler

Film, TV & Theatre

Mark has been the Artistic Director of the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh since 2003.

Before that he was the Artistic Director of the Brunton Theatre between 1997 and 2003 during which time he directed twenty productions, of which nine were World Premieres. During his time there he increased audience sizes and associated the Brunton Theatre with a national reputation for new work, Shakespeare and original pantomimes.

Before arriving at the Brunton, Mark was Associate Director at Nottingham Playhouse under Ruth Mackenzie and Martin Duncan. He has also been Assistant Director with the RSC and the Theatre Royal, Stratford East.
 

Theatre

ProductionCompanyNotes
2013

Edinburgh Lyceum

Co-written with Ian Rankin

WONDROUS FLITTING

2011

Edinburgh Lyceum/Traverse

A MADMAN SINGS TO THE MOON

2004

Revived at the Royal Lyceum Theatre

MOVING OBJECTS

2001

Brunton Theatre & Edinburgh Festival

Received a Fringe First Award and Herald Angel Award

COME ON FEEL THE NOISE

2001

Brunton Theatre

Scripted devised production of 1970s musical

A MADMAN SINGS TO THE MOON

1999

Brunton Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe, Revived at Royal Lyceum Theatre

Writer and Director. Received a Herald Angel Award.

CONFESSIONS OF A JUSTIFIED SINNER

1998

Brunton Theatre & Edinburgh Fringe

Adapted from novel by James Hogg

PLEASURE AND PAIN

Adapted from Maupassant Stories