Alan Brodie Representation
55 Charterhouse Street
Telephone: 020 7253 6226
German and Polish
Catherine Grosvenor's performed plays include The Tinderbox (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland 2013); Gabriel (Òran Mór 2009); Cherry Blossom (Traverse Theatre/Polski Teatr Bydgoszcz 2008); and One Day All This Will Come To Nothing (Traverse Theatre 2005). Her translation of Anna Wakulik's A Time To Reap was part of the Royal Court's Olivier Award-winning Jerwood Theatre Upstairs programme in 2013. She also wrote the Scottish adaptations of Esa Leskinen and Sami Keski-Vähälä's Continuous Growth, which won a Fringe First in 2012, and The Overcoat, which won Billy Mack The Stage's Best Actor Award 2011 for for his role as Akaky.
Catherine is passionate about encouraging people to write. She created and runs Scribble, a weekly theatre writing course for young people aged 16-18 at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh. She has also taken part in the Traverse's education project, Class Act, many times since 2006, working with teenagers across Edinburgh and West Lothian from a wide variety of backgrounds, and is the patron of Firefly Arts in Livingston.
Catherine is a founding member of the Village Pub Theatre collective, an exciting playwright-led venture which creates new work in the heart of Leith in Edinburgh.