Andy Arnold

Andy Arnold is Artistic Director of Tron Theatre, Glasgow and has spent most of his working life in
Scotland. He spent eighteen years as the founder and Artistic Director of The Arches under Glasgow
Central Station – which he transformed from derelict railway arches into an international arts centre
– and produced various site specific and promenade works there as well as Scottish premieres of
works by such writers as Beckett, Pinter, and Tennessee Williams. Productions directed at the Tron
have included James Joyce’s Ulysses, Shall Roger Casement Hang? John Byrne’s adaptation of Three
Sisters, Ghosts adapted by Megan Barker, and Scottish premieres of The Lying Kind, Cock, and
Valhalla. He has particularly focused on producing work by young and emerging theatre artists in
the West of Scotland. Supporting the work of young theatre makers as well as staging theatre in
found spaces would be something he brings to the Board.