Visit our NST Campus venue, based in Highfield at the University of Southampton Campus.
Join us at NST City, our new venue in the heart of Southampton City Centre, offering a creative environment, two theatre spaces, rooms to hire and Tyrrells our cafe bar.
11 February, 2020 - 29 February, 2020
18 February, 2020 - 23 February, 2020
18 February, 2020 - 22 February, 2020
01 January, 2020 - 06 April, 2020
20 February, 2020 - 21 February, 2020
Scott trained at Central School of Speech and Drama and RADA. He is the Artistic Director of Ecclesia, and is currently Artistic Associate at Eastern Angles.
Theatre includes: [As Director] Brainstorm, Macbeth, Our Town (Farrar Theatre); Hidden (UK Tour); Counting Stars, Shortlisted for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award, (Assembly, Edinburgh Fringe); The House of Bernarda Alba (Kings Head Theatre); Three to Four Days (Theatre 503); Immigrant (Theatre Uncut, Young Vic); The Grandfathers (National Theatre Connections, Theatre Chipping Norton and Oxford Playhouse); The Seventh Continent (Prague Quadrennial).
[As Assistant Director] I Call my Brothers dir.Tinuke Craig (Gate Theatre); Theatre Uncut dir. Emma Callander (Young Vic); The Precariat dir. Chris New (Finborough Theatre); This Same England dir. Elizabeth Freestone (The Royal Shakespeare Company and Pentabus Theatre).
Film includes: [As Director] Pecking Birds (Ex Animo Fund); Career Boy (Official Selection Raindance Film Festival); Medicine Man (Official Selection Cannes Film Festival, Short Film Category).
Radio: [As Director] Plucking Nose Hairs.
Scott Hurran is a Leverhulme Arts Scholar and recipient of a JMK regional assistant director bursary funded by the Leverhulme Trust Arts Scholarships Fund.