Annie George is an award-winning writer, theatremaker and occasional filmmaker, based in Edinburgh.

“Annie’s work is sharp, truthful and unflinching. It draws you in and hits you where it hurts.” SCOTTISH BOOK TRUST




NEW FOR 2018:

A theatrical production with animation and live drawing response, collaborating with Scottish-French visual artist Flore Gardner.



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Annie’s solo show HOME IS NOT THE PLACE was performed at Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh

“…a fascinating examination of the meaning and legacy of the British Empire.”  THE STAGE, Highlights of the Fringe 2017

Read a little bit about the background to HOME IS NOT THE PLACE in

A Bridge 2 Far? 

and the poem featured in it by Kerala writer PM John (c.1934) 

To the Pen  (Thoolikayode) 



About previous production ‘The Bridge’…

“…a rich and meditative piece of family history, full of insight into the complex relationship between Indian culture and the idea of modernity, as it played out in the 20th century….a powerful act of remembrance”  THE SCOTSMAN

“A poised and careful meditation on history, family, myth and literature…a finely wrought piece…there is a fierce, burning intelligence and integrity at the core of this show…” ALL EDINBURGH THEATRE


Annie was awarded the Inspiring Scotland Bursary by the Saltire Society and Scottish Book Trust, in 2016.

Photos by www.lunaria.co.uk