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Alastair Cording

Alastair Cording is an actor and writer, and has lectured at Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities.

His extensive career as an actor and director led to writing as a result of the Edinburgh Fringe First-winning epic, The Golden City. He has written for a number of theatre companies: a series of children's plays for Masque; Mrs O's Saturday Nights (Covent Garden Festival); Fatale (Basingstoke Haymarket); and The Walsingham Organ, Margaret Catchpole and Margaret Down Under (Eastern Angles). Adapted works include Wild Harbour and Gay Hunter for BBC TV; David Copperfield for Eastern Angles; and for TAG, Lanark and the Scots Quair trilogy, including Sunset Song.