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Tim Barrow

TIM BARROW

  

Nationality:    Scottish
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Literary Agent:    Berlin Associates  represented by Julia Mills

Born in Edinburgh, and brought up between Australia and Scotland, Tim trained as an actor at Drama Centre London, graduating with a BA Hons degree. Tim's first stage play Guy was produced at London's Pleasance Theatre. His second play Union will be performed at the Lyceum theatre, Edinburgh in March 2014, directed by Mark Thomson. He has written for Shotgun - a London-based collective set up by Tom Hardy, Robert Delamere and Brett. C. Leonard of New York's Labyrinth Theatre Company. Tim assistant directed and co-produced Shotgun's inaugural production at Theatre 503 - the world premiere of Blue On Blue, directed by Tom Hardy. Screen acting work includes Taggart; Waterloo Road; Children Of The Dead End (Glass Machine); The Queen's Wedding (Mentorn); Richard Jobson's New Town Killers; The Tony Miller Story (BBC Alba) and Narcopolis (T Squared Films). Theatre work includes Stoirm Og's recent Scottish tour of The Idiot At The Wall by Elspeth Turner. Extensive theatre credits include plays for Glasgow Citizens Theatre, The Arches, Bard In The Botanics, Theatre 503, Prime Productions, First Bicycle, Theatre Enigma and Nonsenseroom. In 2007 Tim set up Lyre Productions as a platform for making challenging, contemporary feature films. He wrote, produced and starred in The Inheritance - the award-winning indie Scottish road movie directed by Charles-Henri Belleville. Nominated Best UK Feature on its premiere at Raindance, The Inheritance won the Raindance Award at 2007 British Independent Film Awards and Tim was nominated Best Producer at 2008 BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards. The Inheritance toured festivals and cinemas widely and was released on DVD together with a 60 minute documentary showing how to make a tiny-budget award-winning feature. Tim wrote, produced and directed Lyre's second feature film The Space Between - an Edinburgh love story and redemption tale - which premiered at Edinburgh's Filmhouse in March 2011. The film toured Scotland and the UK until 2013.

Research:    http://www.playwrightsstudio.co.uk/playwrights/tim-barrow.aspx

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        Guy         Union



Guy

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Union

Union
Wigmaker and aspiring poet Allan Ramsay is united with Queen Anne, Daniel Defoe, the Dukes of Queensferry and Marlborough and others in a sprawling historical Drama, inspired by the characters and events of the act of Union in 1707.

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