Kevin P Gilday
Kevin P Gilday is a writer and spoken word artist (amongst other things) living and working in Glasgow, Scotland. Kevin graduated with Honours from a BA in Media Studies before taking on an MA in TV Fiction Writing, from which he graduated with Distinction.
Writer and poet. Devised piece in collaboration with Tidy Carnage productions. Debuted in scratch form as part of Arches Live Festival 2014. Shortlisted - Platform 18 New Directions Award. Creative Scotland funded. Two sold out performances at The Tron Theatre as part of Mayfesto 2015.
Writer. Shortlisted - ScotlandShort Play Award 2015. Full day workshop at The Citizens Theatre.
Closing Time (2015)
Writer. Chosen by Playwrights' Studio, Scotland for reading at The Tron Theatre as part of TalkFest 2015.
Nae Debate (2014)
Writer. Site-specific theatre piece written for National Theatre of Scotland's 'Great Yes, No, Don't Know Theatre Show.' Recorded and streamed live from the Òran Mór to a worldwide audience online.
The Man Who Loved Beer (2014)
Writer and performer. One man narrative spoken word performance. Three week run at the Edinburgh Fringe, performances across summer festivals (Glastonbury, Wickerman, etc), national tour, recording and Toronto Fringe 2015.
On Hold (2014)
Writer. First performed at The Tron Theatre as part of The Progressive Playwright.
Cupid of the Clyde (2013)
Co-creator and writer (episode 2: Hard Times). Radio sitcom recorded in front of a live studio audience and broadcast on Subcity Radio, Glasgow.
Notes From A Quarter-Life Crisis (2013)
Writer and performer. One man narrative spoken word performance. Extended runs at the Glasgow Southside Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe and various festivals in 2013. Live recording and Scottish tour in 2014.
Seen and Not Seen (2013)
Writer. First performed at Stage to Page at The Tron Theatre as part of the Mayfesto programme.
Young Team (2013)
Hour-long original TV pilot - devised, developed and written as calling card piece. Part of MATV studies.