Gowan Calder is an actress and writer based in Scotland. Over the years she has performed in theatre, radio, film and TV. She has been a visiting lecturer in playwriting at Queen Margaret University and a writer-in-residence at HMP Glenochil. She has worked as an actor for the past two years with Ace Productions (Finland) and will be reprising her role as The Wife in Death of a Theatre Critic by Joachim Groth with them at The Pleasance, London, in May.
Nicola Jo Cully:
Nicola Jo Cully trained at Queen Margaret University College.
Theatre includes: Too Many Penguins? (Frozen Charlotte Productions/Macrobert), Allotment (Nutshell/Assembly), The Dark Things (Traverse), The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Northampton Royal and Derngate/Assembly), Sunshine on Leith (Dundee Rep), The Wasp Factory (Cumbernauld Theatre/Tron), Translations (Arches Theatre Company), The Journey of Jeannie Deans (Rowantree), My Dark Sky (Reeling and Writhing), Sinbad (Team Entertainments/Eden Court), 3 For 2 (P and F Productions), Tenko! (Random Act), The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh), Blude Red - The Musical (Cutting Edge).
Film and Television Includes: The Pursuit (Pursuit/ Nisha Parti Productions), Sweetheart (Digicult), Casualty (BBC), The Space Between (Lyre Productions), Tough (Napier Screen Academy/Blue Iris Films), Little Red Hoodie (Imagine Films), Nowhere, No One (Marquisde Ltd), Taggart - Law, Grass (SMG Productions), Retribution (Roaring Fire Films) Solid Air (Elemental Films), Witchcraze (Blast! Films Ltd), The Charm (Tim Fitzpatrick Productions).
Radio Includes: Desperate Measures, Striptease (BBC Radio 4), Secrets, Scottish Shorts - Matryoshka (BBC Radio Scotland).
Nicola can also be heard on the cast recording for Sunshine on Leith, the musical.