Mhari Robinson is an independent theatre producer and arts administrator based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Mhari is currently part-time Associate Producer at A Play, A Pie and A Pint.
Current short term contracts include work with Luminate: Scotland’s Creative Ageing Festival, Birds of Paradise Theatre, Scottish Dance Theatre and playwright Sara Shaarawi on her new play Niqabi Ninja.
Mhari has ten years’ experience working in the arts in Scotland. She worked with David Leddy's Fire Exit company from 2010 to 2015, presenting work throughout the UK and internationally. Previously, she worked with Wee Stories theatre company on marketing and audience development; and with some of Scotland's leading theatre companies either producing, project managing or providing administrative and marketing support.
She was awarded the Federation of Scottish Theatre’s Producers Bursary in 2015 and 2010. She also produced David Leddy’s online drama City of the Blind (shortlisted for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression award, 2014). Alongside David Leddy she was a mentor for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Emerging Producer's Bursary Programme in 2014 and was a member of Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society’s Participants’ Council from 2011-2015.
She lives with Glenn in a cosy, third floor flat off Leith Walk.