Scott Turnbull creates funny, interesting, comedy for audiences looking for an alternative and entertaining night at the theatre.
“Imagine a young Spike Milligan with the draftsmanship of Terry Gilliam, throw in a touch of Arthur C Clarke, and you will get an idea of the ambition and scope of Turnbull’s work.”
Scott is is an Associate Artist at ARC in Stockton. He graduated from LIPA in 2009 after winning The Connexions Young Adult Achiever Award. In 2011 he won The Journal’s North East Actor of the year award, for John Retallack’s adaptation of Apples and was voted one to watchby the Observer.
In 2017 he wrote his first one man show Where Do all the Dead Pigeons go? He is currently working on his new solo show – Tales from The Smog.
He enjoys Saxophone, animation and hang-gliding.