Jon McLeod

Many of Jon’s recent pieces have been in immersive theatre, such as 66 Minutes in Damascus for LIFT Festival 2012 and Borderline Vultures with The Lowry, Salford.  Along with these he uses headphones and binaural technology in many of his works, such as RedShift Theatre’s The Invisible Show, which allowed the audience to listen into the private conversations of characters embedded in crowded spaces,and his own play for HIghTide Festival 2012, Organ’s of Little Apparent Importance, a walk around the town the town of Halesworth which follows the trail of thought of a woman as she pieces together her past in the area.

Other recent theatre work includes A Conversation by Nigel & Louise at The Yard, The Incurable Imagination of Anthony Jones by Bread & Goose at the Wales Millenium Centre, and The Nightmare Dreamer at the Blue Elephant Theatre.  He trained at the Leeds College of Music and Central School of Speech and Drama.