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Martin is a playwright, actor, director and lecturer. He trained as an actor at the RSAMD (now RCS) graduating in 2007. He has worked extensively in theatre as an actor and also has several television credits.
He is currently under commission to Visible Fictions, Perth Theatre and Bunbury Banter.
Other recent work includes South Bend, produced by Grid Iron at 2018 Edinburgh Fringe, which he also appeared in. Previously to this, his debut commission, Squash, won the '2015 Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland' for 'Best New Play'. Other awards include 'Best Short Play' in 2015 for Potterrow (supported by Cumbernauld Theatre).
His other work as a playwright includes Ma, Pa and the Little Mouths (Tron/NTS), The Day the Pope Emptied Croy (Traverse/Play, Pie and a Pint), and Flo (Play, Pie and Pint/Lemon Tree). Martin also worked as a co-writer on News Just In (Random Accomplice). He also writes and directs the Panto at Livingston's Howden Patk Centre.
Martin is also an associate lecturer at Napier University and teaches on the MFA in Playwriting degree.