Lynda Radley

Lynda Radley (Playwright) is an award-winning playwright and dramaturg who has been working in professional theatre for over a decade. Her play DORM was recently short-listed for The Bruntwood Award, one of the UK’s most prestigious new writing awards. She is currently developing plays with the Traverse Theatre, Magnetic North and Stellar Quines. Lynda recently worked as dramaturg for Mark Bruce’s dance version of Dracula which won a South Bank Sky Arts award. In 2011 Lynda won a Scotsman Fringe First for her play Futureproof; a co-production between Dundee Rep Ensemble and the Traverse Theatre. Her solo show The Art of Swimming was short-listed for Meyer Whitworth and Total Theatre awards and toured internationally. Lynda is published by Nick Hern Books. Lynda frequently works as a dramaturg and creative writing practitioner in collaborative processes (National Theatre of Scotland, Citizens’ Theatre, Tricky Hat, Playgroup, Imaginate, In Cahootz) and adapted Under Milk Wood for the Tron Theatre’s Home Nations Festival; part of The Commonwealth Games cultural programme, 2014.