How Kinetic brings science and theatre together

Graham Scott

"Having been a teacher I know how hard teachers work, so I always like to write something into the plays, albeit a bit tongue-in-cheek, especially to make them smile too!"

Graham Scott

Graham Scott (founder)

Graham studied both Physics and Education at Homerton College, Cambridge and then taught Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in schools for 5 years.

In 1988, after retraining as an Actor at Guildford School of Acting, he co-founded the Kinetic Theatre Company for which he has been writing and producing ever since. He lived in Geneva for 2 years where he worked on Play It Again Sam for the Little Theatre of Geneva and in this country Graham acts under his Equity name Oliver Graham. Theatre credits include Laurence in Abigail's Party; Teen Angel in Grease and he created the role of Gary in a new play, Something For The Grown-Ups. Film credits include playing a drug-smuggling Mafioso mobster in Aardvark Films Nothing To Declare and, most recently, Antonio in the full-length feature of Twelfth Night with Egotrip Productions. He has just completed working on the Premiere West End musical Peggy Sue Got Married.

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