Eve Jamieson trained at both RCS and Glasgow University and has a Masters of Philosophy in Theatre Studies. Eve also has a PG Cert in Education (merit) and Cambridge Certificate for English Language Teaching of Adults.

Eve has been working extensively in theatre for over thirty years as a director and acting lecturer and has directed productions for, amongst others, Dundee Rep, Brunton Theatre, Byre Theatre, Cumbernauld Theatre, TAG Theatre Company, Annexe Theatre, Perth Theatre, Shetland Arts and RCS.

She was Artistic Director of Winged Horse Touring Productions where she toured production across the length and breadth of Scotland. Throughout her career she has directed over sixty productions in a variety of contexts and settings including The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Twelfth Night; William Shakespeare, The Maids; Jean Genet, Play Strindberg; Friedrich Durrenmatt, The Country Wife; William Wycherley, Antigone; Sophocles, The Government Inspector; Gogol, Voices Off; Michael Frayn, The Hypochondriac; Moliere, A Month in The Country; Turgenev, The Trial; Berkoff, True West; Sam Shepard, Animal; Tom McGrath, The Mother, The Life of Galileo; Brecht, The Three Sisters, The Seagull, Uncle Vanya; Anton Chekhov.

She has directed musical theatre productions, large scale outdoor productions, street theatre, youth theatre, community theatre and collaborated in dance and theatre productions. Eve was associated with RCS as a freelance acting lecturer and director between 1990 – 2001 before moving to Dundee. She was Director of The School of Theatre at The Space before returning to RCS as full time lecturer of acting and directing. She has worked in Germany, Italy and Sweden supporting the teaching of English through theatre. Her current research examines the work of Nikolai Demidov working with the actor’s subconscious to develop the source of creative imagination and faith and explore the shift into organic transformation.