Craig is a dramatist writing primarily for the stage but also for screen and radio.
His writing, often inspired by scientific or historical ideas, has won awards (including the international STAGE award for The Altruists in 2010, and scripts for two Gold British Podcast Award-winning podcasts) and he teaches dramatic writing at ICE, University of Cambridge.
★ ★ ★ ★ "A beguiling theatrical soufflé."
★ ★ ★ ★ "Gorgeous, witty and wholly engaging."
"A fascinating juxtaposition of Brechtian alienation with Trollopian storytelling."
"A brilliantly twisty piece. It’s funny, it’s thought-provoking and it’s worth the price of admission alone."
"Eerily beautiful and oddly poetic."
"From the ramblings, jottings, accounts, and notebooks-the spillings over of Newton’s strange inner world- Baxter creates a unified Newton who will move and awe modern audiences."
"The play is a fascinating medium for considering the overall coherence both of Newton’s self and of his intellectual projects."