Scene Change Productions is a charitable incorporated organisation (Charities Commission no.1180497) presenting innovative, high quality productions and learning and participation experiences. We collaborate with and commission performers, workshop leaders / artists and creatives worldwide who are leaders in the industry.

We look to provide engaging experiences that challenge an audience’s preconceptions of arts participation and performance, working with like-minded partners to create challenging, commercial, didactic work raising England and Scotland’s local, national and international cultural profiles.


Board of Trustees

Ed Littlewood – Chair

Kate Shields – Trustee

Fiona Hender – Trustee


Associate Producer

Katy Galloway


The Press on partner productions:

‘ a charming production all about engaging the audience in the story – along with a good splash of the local dialect and a lot of fun’ – (The Stage)

‘Wonderfully poetic, with some scenes delicate and beautiful… an overwhelming production’ – **** (Three Weeks)

‘A compelling, and at times rather chilling, portrayal’ – ‘The Times’

‘Great storytelling gives clarity to the complex tale of Hector MacDonald, Victorian hero – fallen from grace” – (The Stage)

‘A tragic thriller full of contemporary resonances… some bright young button at the BBC should snap up this script’ – (The Spectator)




Ed Littlewood – Producer

Ed Littlewood studied at the Royal Academy of Music and worked at the Royal Opera House, Young Vic and Theatre Cryptic, before producing productions independently and commercially. He is currently producing A Good Enough Girl? – a co-production with Greenwich Theatre and Nutshell Theatre, Handfast – a Nutshell Theatre and Byre Theatre co-production), At Your Leisure – with Room 2 Manoeuvre as part of VisitScotland’s Year of Young People 2018, and A Joke with Tony Cownie, Neil Murray and John Kielty. His production Hector successfully toured the UK with a London transfer (Ambassadors Theatre) and sell-out performances.

Past productions and partnerships include: Théâtre Sans Frontières (two year strategic tour of David Almond’s Heaven Eyes); Creation Theatre (Henry V, Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe); Plutôt la Vie (By the Seat of Your Pants (national tour / IPAY – Philadelphia International Children’s Festival / Imaginate Festival), Paper Doll Militia (LoopsEnd – Vault Festival / Manipulate Festival); Room 2 Manoeuvre (Watch iT! – Made in Scotland Programme / Almeida Theatre, Without a Hitch – Finland / Luxembourg / UK tour), Nutshell Theatre (Allotment – Fringe First winner – UK tour,106 performances / Thread – Fringe First winner – UK tour, co-production with Assembly / ONFife). Ed was also general manager for Curve Foundation Dance Company.


The company would like to thank its supporters and partners for the generous use of company and production images, and the photographers, including:

Ali Wright (One Jewish Boy), Greenlight Creative (Tartuffe/One Jewish Boy), Peter Dibdin (‘Hector’, ‘A Good Enough Girl?’), Simon Beyer Pedersen (‘Without A Hitch’), Douglas Robertson (Plutôt la Vie), Brian Hartley (Room 2 Manoeuvre), Eamonn McGoldrick (Nutshell Theatre), Andy Hollingworth (‘A Joke’ 2017), Beth Chalmers (‘A Good Enough Girl?’, ‘heroine’), Michaela Bodlovic (‘A Joke’ 2018).