Mark Melville

For the Royal Court: Violence & Son, God Bless the
Other theatre includes: The Destroyed Room
(Vanishing Point/BAC); Wit (Royal Exchange,
Manchester); Yer Granny, Knives in Hens,
Miracle Man, Empty, My Shrinking Life (National
Theatre of Scotland); Tomorrow (Vanishing
Point/Cena Contemporânea Festival, Brasil/
Brighton Festival/Tramway/National); Dragon
(Vox Motus/National Theatre of Scotland/
Tianjin People’s Art Theatre, China); The
Beautiful Cosmos of Ivor Cutler (Vanishing
Point/National Theatre of Scotland); Swallows
& Amazons, Grimm Tales (Theatre by the Lake,
Keswick); Saturday Night (Vanishing Point/
National Theatre of Portugal); Pride & Prejudice
(Two Bit Classics); Mister Holgado (Unicorn);
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Royal Lyceum,
Edinburgh); Wonderland (Vanishing Point/Napoli
Teatro Festival Italia/Tramway/Edinburgh
International Festival); Mwana (Ankur/Tron);
The Beggar’s Opera (Vanishing Point/Royal
Lyceum, Edinburgh/Belgrade, Coventry); What
Happened Was This, One Night Stand, Naked
Neighbour Twitching Blind (Never Did Nothing/
Tron/Tramway); The Crucible, A Tender Thing,
Hamlet, Your Country Needs You (but I don’t
need my country), Pierrepoint, The Unsociables,
The BFG, Two, Merlin, Quicksand, The Snow
Queen, Peter Pan, Children of Killers, Of Mice &
Men, Jason & the Argonauts, The Crucible (The
Dukes, Lancaster).
Dance includes: In a Deep Dark Wood
(Gobbledegook/Moko Dance); Best Friends (M6/
Awards include: Critics Award for Theatre in
Scotland for Best Technical Presentation
(Dragon); Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland
for Best Music & Sound (The Beautiful Cosmos
of Ivor Cutler); UK Theatre Award for Best Show
for Children & Young People (Mister Holgado).
Mark is an Associate Artist of The Dukes,
Lancaster and is also currently developing a
new theatre and ideas company with director,
Louie Ingham. In April, they launched Point to
Point, an audio theatre experience as part of
the Lakes Ignite 2015 Festival.