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Everyone has an important story to tell. Now is the time to get up, make it happen and get it told. Eilidh Loan is an actor, writer and director who has made a career out of creating her own work. Through this workshop, Eilidh will talk through her process of writing her debut play Moorcroft, how to turn personal experiences into work that will resonate and help with others, the importance of self-care when it comes to passion projects and how to keep that flame burning during rejections and big steps.
Eilidh Loan is a Scottish award-winning actor, writer, and director. She trained at the Guildford School of Acting. In her graduating year, Eilidh was awarded the Bachelor of the Arts Award, The Entrepreneur Award and she was the winner of the Alan Bates Award. Eilidh was nominated for her portrayal of Lady Macbeth in Almost Tangible’s five-time award winning production of Macbeth. For her work on Almost Tangible’s, Two Bad Mice, Eilidh was awarded the NYC Radio Award. Her work on Head&Wrecker’s short film Pure Sin was awarded the Audience Choice Award at the 48 Hour Films Festival. Eilidh has worked across TV, Film, Radio and Stage with her recent credits including: A Castle for Christmas (Netflix), The Sister Boniface Mysteries (BBC), Traces 2 (Red Productions), Pancake (BBC), London Kills (Acorn TV/BBC), Doctors (BBC), Clique II (BBC), England’s Forgotten Queen (BBC), Frankenstein (UK Tour), Mary and Ada Set The World To Rights (Oran Mor), Me & My Left Ball (Tristan Bates), Doctor Who (Big Finish), Robert Burns (Almost Tangible).