Jane Livingstone


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Jane Livingstone

Jane Livingstone won a BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award for Best Writer for her screenplay Roses of Picardy,  before embarking on a career in corporate communications. In 2014 she wrote and directed a musical comedy, Thieves of Dunfermline and graduated with a Masters in Creative Writing from Edinburgh Napier University. This was followed by three commissions from A Play, A Pie and a Pint: Miss Veitch's Roses, Witches of West Fife, and the award-winning Jocky Wilson Said. Her latest play for PPP, Mary and Ada Set The World to Rights, was scheduled for spring 2020 but is postponed due to Covid 19.

Jane was part of The BBC Writersroom Scottish Voices Programme 2019 and is currently developing sketches for the BBC's Short Stuff strand.


Partner Projects 2019

Jane is working on a full length original play, as part of a Partner Project, inspired by the heritage of her home town Dunfermline.


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