Hibrow's Curators
are exceptional individuals and cultural organisations invited from around the globe and across the arts. Each curator chooses their own projects to share with Hibrow's audience and works with Hibrow's production teams to produce them and distribute.

Stewart Laing

Stewart Laing is a director, designer and currently Artist in Residence at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. He was recipient of the 2010 Paul Hamlyn Breakthrough Fund to develop his Glasgow based theatre company, untitled projects.
He directed and designed Ten Plagues for the Traverse, an exciting new piece of music theatre performed by Marc Almond during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2011.
Stewart most recently created The Salon Project, a hugely successful and highly acclaimed piece of immersive theatre that recreated for its audience the exclusive world of the 19th century Parisian salon. This was staged at the Traverse theatre in the autumn of 2011, and has been captured by HiBROW's production teams.
Stewart's plans with HiBROW include a radical and innovative staging of James Hogg's celebrated novel, The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner.