Ellie Griffiths is a performance maker who creates sensory installations and performances for and with misbehaving audiences. This includes anyone who does not want to sit still and quietly during a performance, prefering a more sensory experience.

Ellie has made shows for an with babies, toddlers, young people with complex needs and on the autistic spectrum. She worked for Oily Cart as a performer and director for six years. She is also a Winston Churchill Research Fellow (2017).

Ellie collaborated with Barrowland Ballet to make a dance piece for audiences with complex autism, was Assistant Director on The Reason I Jump by the National Theatre of Scotland. She is currently in Sweden working on an inclusive sensory exhibition for Scen:se.

Since 2019, Ellie has been Artistic Director at Oily Cart.

Image by Brian Hartley / Stillmotion


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