7 Tyers Gate
Telephone: 020 7727 1346
1969 - 2019
Stuart Thomas studied Theatre at Glasgow University and Screenwriting at San Francisco's Academy of Art University, where he later was Online Director for the School Of Writing. On graduating, he co-founded Take Two Productions, for whom he wrote and directed many hit comedies, including 'Salon Janette' and 'A Is For Abba'.
His plays include 'The Real Hoosewives Fae Glesga', 'Wee Fat Glesga Wedding' and '69 Shades of Gay'. Work for other companies includes shows for Borderline, Scottish Opera, Scottish Youth Theatre, Colchester Mercury Theatre, The Bolton Octagon and many more. Stuart was playwright-in-residence at the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow from 2002-2004; his play for the company 'Damn'd Jacobite Bitches' was awarded the prestigious Pearsons New Writers Award. Stuart wrote many pantomimes for venues including Watford Palace, Salisbury Playhouse, Dunfermline Carnegie Hall and the Brunton Theatre.
Writing for TV includes 'The Big Time' and 'The Stair' (both BBC Scotland). His award-winning short 'The Cause' (directed by Marco De Luca) screened at the Cannes Film Festival, 2014. His debut feature 'Bar America' (co-written with Matthew Jacobs, who directed) won the Audience Award at the Napa Film Festival in 2014.