Eve Leigh is a playwright and theatremaker. Plays include Spooky Action at a Distance (Royal Court, RWCMD, Gate Theatre London), Stone Face (Finborough), Silent Planet (Finborough), The Curtain (Young Vic Taking Part), Plunder (Young Vic Taking Part), Enough (Birmingham REP Young Rep). Stone Face was shortlisted for three Offies, including Best New Play.
Interactive installations include The Voice of the House (Duppini Art Group, Veliko Ternovo), Climate Games (Laboratory of the Insurrectionary Imagination/Berliner Festspiele/COP21, Paris), Your Future (Camden People's Theatre, Hebbel Am Ufer, Ballhaus Ost, and Sophiensaele, Berlin), A Short and Boring Story (Camden People's Theatre).
Work as dramaturg includes the multi-award-winning How To Win Against History by Seiriol Davies (Young Vic, Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, National Tour).
In 2017 she was the first-ever artist-in-residence at the Experimental Stage of the National Theatre of Greece.
Upcoming work includes The Trick, a national tour coproduced by the Bush Theatre and HighTide; and main stage commissions for the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Bush Theatre, and The Place/DanceEast.