Lewis Hetherington is a Glasgow-based Playwright and Theatre Maker whose work is rooted in collaboration and storytelling.
As associate of Analogue he co-wrote Mile End and
Beachy Head, and wrote Fringe First winning 2401
Objects; a co production with Oldenburg Staatstheater. Most
recently with Hannah Barker he wrote and directed Stowaway for the
With Catrin Evans he wrote and directed Leaving Planet Earth for Grid Iron, which premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival.
Other writing credits include: 5 (National Youth Theatre) The Fragmented Life of Dorothy Lawrence (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Instructions for Butterfly Collectors (National Theatre of Scotland at the Traverse), bodies unfinished (Grey Swan, Brockley Jack), A Perfect Child and Sea Change (A Play, A Pie and A Pint at Òran Mór).
Work for children includes: Friends Electric (Visible
Fictions), Three Little Pigs, Red Riding Hood,
Goldilocks (Platform), Secret Life of Suitcases
(Unicorn) and Cloud Man (created with Ailie Cohen) which
is currently touring internationally.
Lewis' work has been produced throughout the UK and internationally including performances in Dubai, Germany, Japan, Malta, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and the United States. His work is published by Oberon.