Callum Mitchell is a rag and bone renaissance man, a pound shop polymath.

He was born in Cornwall in 1987, and grew up in the fishing village of Newlyn.

He has written plays, run a theatre company, been in films, made films, curated art exhibitions, and led writing workshops for numerous regional and international organisations.

Callum has toured extensively to predominantly rural and economically deprived areas of the UK. He has performed his work at a number of festivals and venues across the country. 

His writing has featured in various publications and been translated into Maltese, French-Breton and Cornish.

He is a Trustee for Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange and an Associate Artist at Hall For Cornwall.

A more detailed CV can be found here.

Callum lives in Penzance with his wife and cat.