Artistic Director Dominic Hill

Dominic Hill was appointed Artistic Director of the Citizens Theatre in 2011

Since his first season, his programmes of classic texts told for contemporary audiences alongside Glasgow stories, as well as his own distinctive productions, have won praise from public and critics alike and have reaffirmed the Citizens’ role as the leading producer of courageous theatre in Scotland.

Since joining the Citizens in 2011, he has directed Fever Dream: Southside, A Christmas Carol, Hamlet,The Libertine, Miss Julie, Crime and Punishment (winner of Best Director and Best Production, 2014 CATS Awards), Far Away, Seagulls, Doctor Faustus, Sleeping Beauty, Krapp’s Last Tape, Footfalls, King Lear and Betrayal (winner of Best Director, 2012 CATS Award).

In 2013, Dominic became the most recognised Director in the history of Scotland’s leading theatre awards: the Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland, holding 14 nominations and six wins since the awards were established in 2004. 






Before joining he was Artistic Director of the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh. He previously worked at Dundee Rep where he was first Associate Director and then, from 2003, Joint Artistic Director. Whilst at Dundee Rep Dominic directed Peer Gynt, in co-production with the National Theatre of Scotland, which won four CATS Awards and toured to the Barbican in London. Other credits include Falstaff and Macbeth (Scottish Opera) and The City Madam (RSC). He has directed in theatres in London and throughout the UK.