ARNOTT, Peter. Scottish, b. 1962. Genres: Plays/Screenplays. Career: Playwright, songwriter, and writer for television, c. 1983-. Leader of writer's workshops; active in community theatre. Publications: PLAYS: The Boxer Benny Lynch, 1985; White Rose, 1985; The Death of Elias Sawney, 1985; Thomas Muir's Voyage to Australia, 1986; (adapter) C. Dickens, A Christmas Carol, 1986; Losing Alec, 1988; (with P. Mullan) Harmony Row, 1989; Century's End, 1990; Salvation, 1990; Hyde, 1996; (trans.) B. Brecht, Puntila and His Man Matti, 1998; The Wire Garden, 1998; A Little Rain, 2000; The Breathing House, 2003; (with P. Mullen) Miles Better (teleplay). Songwriter. Address: c/o Tron Theatre Company, 63 Trongate, Glasgow G1 5HB, Scotland.
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