ABERDEEN writer of stage musicals.
Reviews: Clarinda (January 2008);
ACTOR and author of the internationally successful Bright Colours Only.
WHEN you meet a young writer making her playwriting debut, you don’t expect to fall into a discussion about the relative merits of Georg Büchner and Heinrich von Kleist. It’s when 26-year-old Catherine Grosvenor tells me she thinks Goethe is "too neat and rounded" that I realise I might be out of my depth.
Reviews: Cherry Blossom;
AUTHOR of Passing Places, The Salt Wound, Sunshine on Leith and creator of TV soap River City.
PROLIFIC writer and co-founder of Suspect Culture. Plays include The Speculator, Pyrenees, Europe and The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman he once Knew in the Former Soviet Union.
Interviews: Scotland on Sunday (October 2008). Reviews: 8000m; Pyrenees; Ubu the King; Gobbo; Yellow Moon; Europe; The Bacchae; Damascus; Midsummer; Outlying Islands; Midsummer. Peter Pan; Gordon Brown: A Life in Theatre; An Imagined Sarha and Ramallah; The Monster in the Hall; The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart; Dunsinane;
NOVELIST, artist, poet and playwright. Plays include The Fall of Kelvin Walker, McGrotty and Ludmilla.
FORMER artistic director of Grey Coast Theatre and author of many community, combined arts, professional and radio plays. Recent plays include The Big Song of Sutherland, Oedipus the Chief and The Bear King's Daughters.
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