Ian Low


Ian can be contacted through Playwrights' Studio

Ian Low

Ian is a playwright from Carnoustie on the Angus coast.

He started writing in his final year studying animation at Duncan of Jordanstone College Of Art and Design.

In 2005 Ian was invited for a week long Regional Writers Workshop at The National Theatre in London and in 2006 was mentored by Douglas Maxwell as part of the Playwrights' Studio Scotland mentoring scheme.

Since then he has had various plays and scripts read and performed most notably:

One Gun at Oran Mor's A Play A Pie & A Pint (2010)

Babe Rainbow (Scenes For Survival) National Theatre of Scotland, The Byre Theatre and BBC (2020)

He has adapted several texts for The University of Dundee's JOOT Theatre Company including The Book of the Howlat, Robert Henryson's The Testament of Cressiedand Derek Jarman's unfilmed script Bob-Up-A-Down at King's College Greenwood Theatre in London.

Ian is also a regular contributor to Scrieve, Dundee's only playwrighting night and to the 365 WOMEN A YEAR: A Playwrighting Project.

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