Rory Devlin

Rory Devlin

Theatre Director

  • Location: London
  • Career stage: Entry
  • Freelancer: Available

Rory is a Writer & Director with expansive experience in all aspects of the creative industries. Recently Rory has also started his own company entitled ‘Atramental Theatre.’

Rory was shortlisted for the Scottish Daily Mail Award 2015. Rory was also a beneficiary of The Leverhulme Award 2015, which assisted his continued success on the BA Directing Program at Drama Centre London.

Rory holds a BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts and a BA (Hons) Directing Degree from Drama Centre London (Central Saint Martins, UAL).

He spent much of his youth training as a Classical Singer and Musician. He has excellent experience of performing in Musical Theatre, Devised Theatre and straight Plays before becoming a Director. Rory has also worked and trained with Richard Williams, Maureen Lipman, Lorne Campbell, Maggie Cronin, Lawrence Evans, Shona Morris, Nadia Latif, Barbara Stone, Diana Fraser, Jackie Snow, and Annie Tyson.

The Woyzeck Theory (The Courtyard Theatre, Main House), Miss Julie (Film) The Rise of Malala Yousafzai (Workshop), Not I (Drama Centre London), Faust (Drama Centre London), The Execution of Lady Jane Gray (The Platform Theatre), HOME (Film), Amnesty International 50th Celebration (The Space, Bangor NI), Play for Keeps (Film)

Work History

Artistic Director - Atramental Theatre

Sep 2014 - Present

Artistic Associate - The Glass Umbrella Theatre Company

Sep 2010 - Aug 2013


Directing - Bachelor of Arts - Central Saint Martins (Drama Centre London)

Sep 2013 - Jul 2015

Performing Arts - BTEC Extended Diploma - South Eastern Regional College

Sep 2010 - Aug 2013

Piano & Classical Singing - Grade 4-8 - Trinity Guildhall

Jan 2006 - Jan 2011

Performing Arts - First Diploma - South Eastern Regional College

Sep 2009 - Aug 2010


  • Podcast Production
  • Director
  • Musical Theatre
  • Opera
  • Physical Theatre
  • Piano
  • Playwriting
  • Screenplays
  • Stage Management
  • Stage Managing
  • Theatre