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The Scottish Writers’ Centre Podcast Episode 12: Real People and Realistic Dialogue with Andi Denny

By 26/06/2018March 10th, 2019No Comments

You may have already seen our posts on social media, but the Scottish Writers’ Centre is working on a project this summer and we need your help!

What’s your favourite book set in Glasgow? Are there any identifiable places within it? From the Necropolis in Lanark to the City Chambers in No Dominion, let us know by tweeting us @scottishwriters!

For this episode, we have a recording of playwright, performer, and producer Andi Denny, who joined the Scottish Writers’ Centre to give his take on Scottish theatre and on embracing realistic dialogue in contemporary script writing. He also gives us some insight and reflection about that much-maligned word: “amateur.” Enjoy!

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For more on this event, why not head over to Saskia McCracken’s interview with Andi, or her blog post about the event?

Andi is currently, working with a team of other theatremakers on a new, broader project in Glasgow that will launch at the end of the year. To stay in the know with this exciting venture, follow Andi on Twitter via @DarkFlameboy!

The views expressed in this episode do not necessarily represent those of the Scottish Writers’ Centre.

This podcast was recorded and produced by Wheezy Whispers.

If you have any questions about future episodes or want to provide some feedback please email

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