Writer & Spoken Word Artist
Photo credit: Jamie Mcfadyen Photography.
Kevin writes for a variety of media, exploring diverse themes through his trademark dark comedic style.
Kevin's work has been performed internationally and toured Scotland. His work has been seen at Oran Mor, Tron Theatre, Assembly Roxy, Lemon Tree, Byre Theatre, The Poetry Club, Beacon Arts Centre, Village Pub Theatre, Eden Court, St. Luke's and Tarragon Theatre (Toronto).
All scripts listed are available on request.
Writer and Performer. Experimental piece combining spoken word, monologue, real-time make-up artistry (in collaboration with Jenna Clayton MUA) and live musical interpretations of the works of David Bowie and Lou Reed. Programmed as part of Outside Eyes at the Tron Theatre, November 2016.
Writer. Devised piece in collaboration with Tidy Carnage productions. Debuted as part of Arches Live Festival 2014. Runner up - Platform 18 New Directions Award. Staged at Tron Theatre as part of Mayfesto 2015. Full Scottish tour in 2016, playing in Greenock, Edinburgh, Glasgow, St. Andrew's, Aberdeen and Inverness.
Writer. Shortlisted for Scottish Short Play Award 2015. Full day workshop with professional actors and director at the Citizens Theatre. Staged in June 2016 at The Tron Theatre as part of Tron 100 Festival.
Gigantic Lying Mouth
Writer and Performer. A reflexive solo performance exploring the human desire to lie and the damage it does. Combining contemporary spoken word with monologues, multimedia and imagined conversation. Collaborative piece with BAFTA winning director Tim Courtney and electronic musician Kevin Frew. Work-in-progress performance at The Poetry Club, April 2016.
Writer. Full day workshop and rehearsed reading as part of TalkFest 2015 at the Tron Theatre with director Peter Arnott – arranged by Playwrights' Studio Scotland.
Wonders at Dusk
Script Assistant. Hour long narrative illusion show for world famous illusionist Scott Silven.
At The Illusionist's Table
Script Assistant. Theatrical dining experience performed by Scott Silven.
The Man Who Loved Beer
Writer and Performer. A poetic memoir presented as a spoken word monologue. Three week run at the Edinburgh Fringe, performances across summer festivals (Glastonbury, Wickerman, etc), national tour, recording and eight show run at the Toronto Fringe 2015.
Writer and Creator. Section first performed at The Tron Theatre as part of The Progressive Playwright. Adapted into half-hour TV pilot spec script.
Writer. Site specific theatre piece written for National Theatre of Scotland's 'Great Yes, No, Don't Know Theatre Show'. Recorded and streamed live from the Oran Mor to a worldwide audience online.
Cupid of the Clyde
Co-creator and Writer (episode 2: Hard Times). Radio sitcom recorded in front of a live studio audience and broadcast on Subcity Radio, Glasgow.
Notes From A Quarter-Life Crisis
Writer and Performer. One man narrative spoken word performance. Extended runs at the Glasgow Southside Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe and various festivals in 2013. Live recording and Scottish tour in 2014.
Writer. Short play. Monologue written for Village Pub Theatre. Performed in March 2016.
Seen and Not Seen
Writer. Performed at The Tron Theatre at Stage to Page as part of the Mayfesto programme 2014.
Writer. Hour-long original TV pilot spec script.
Recording of Nae Debate at Oran Mor. Photo credit: Eléna De Mello Hogarth.