Sam Brady is a writer, performer and producer. He began his career as a stand-up comedian, touring his one man shows throughout the UK and Ireland and performing at many festivals, including the Edinburgh Fringe.
His first play, Things I Say When I Don’t Say I Love You, was commissioned by The Lowry.
Over the past few years, Sam has been working with Steph Morgan to develop an exciting collaborative approach to making theatre based on Meisner technique. Recent productions include the ground-breaking Upline, an interactive, live-streamed play funded by the Arts Council and directed by Steph.
Sam's work typically explores the comedy and the tragedy of human relationships - our need to love each other and the obstacles that life puts in our way.
Want to find out even more about Sam? Check out Sam's website: www.sambrady.co.uk