Katie Jackson
Theatre Director

Photo Credit Robert MacFadzean 2021



Katie is a theatre director based between Glasgow and London. Having started out as a stage manager, Katie has worked professionally in theatre since 2014 and started to move into directing in 2019.

During the pandemic, they relocated to Glasgow to study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, completing a Master of Fine Arts Degree in January 2022.

Katie's directing leans heavily into exploring naturalism on stage and delving into the realities of every day existence for every day people.

When not directing, Katie works in the care sector, supporting vulnerable adults. 

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Photo credit Robert MacFadzean 2021



As Director

        Visiting Cezanne               Writer Duane Kelly

Hill Street Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe Festival/Red Rover Theater


         The Test                              Writer Elisabeth del Toro

                                                       Gilmorehill Halls


         We Are Gathered              Writer Katie Jackson

Here Today                        Royal Conservatoire of Scotland


Pains of Youth                   Writer Ferdinand Bruckner (trans. Martin Crimp)

                                              Royal Conservatoire of Scotland


As Assistant Director

Romeo & Juliet                 Writer William Shakespeare

(Scenes)                              Director Steven Kavuma

                                              Globe Theatre


Perkin Warbeck                Writer John Ford (adapt. Marc Silberschatz)

A Masque of Anamnesis  Director Marc Silberschatz

                                              Royal Conservatoire of Scotland


The Turn of the Screw     Composer Benjamin Britten

                                              Libretto Myfanwy Piper

                                              Director Selina Cadell, OperaGlass Works

                                              Wilton's Music Hall


Opera Double Bill

Trouble in Tahiti               Composer/Libretto Leonard Bernstein

A Dinner Engagement     Composer Lennox Berkeley

                                               Libretto Paul Dehn

                                               Director Stephen Unwin

                                               Royal College of Music


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Photo credit Robert MacFadzean 2021




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