Casey Jay Andrews is a multi-award winning writer, designer and theatre-maker based in the South East of England (though her heart is planted firmly in Edinburgh's Old Town).
As a Writer Casey won a Fringe First Award for her play THE ARCHIVE OF EDUCATED HEARTS at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It had its North American debut in December 2019 at The Soho Playhouse New York, the same theatre where Phoebe Waller-Bridge's "Fleabag" and Hannah Gadsby's "Nanette" debuted in NYC. Casey's new play A PLACE THAT BELONGS TO MONSTERS will debut this year, and THE WILD UNFEELING WORLD will return at Summerhall for The Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
As a Designer Casey has an eclectic design background ranging from large scale immersive theatre design, to mural painting and carved wooden puppets. Casey has a particular interest in intimate narrative led installations; these have provided a home for many of her writing and storytelling projects. She has previously designed for FRANCESCA MOODY PRODUCTIONS, IMOGEN HEAP, BT SPORT, SHOTGUN CAROUSEL, RABBLE THEATRE and THE IMMERSIVE GREAT GATSBY in London and Seoul.