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Liz Lochhead Biography (1947-)
Born December 26, 1947, in Motherwell, Scotland; daughter of John (a local government official) and Margaret (Forrest) Lochhead. Addresses: Contact: c\o Rod Hall, A.P. Watt, 20 John St., London WCIN 2DR, England; c\o Salamander Press, 18 Anley Rd., London W14 0BY, Enland.
- playwright, poet
- Birth Details
- December 26, 1947
- Motherwell, Scotland
Credits; Film Appearances
- Pregnant Woman, Play Me Something, British Film Institute, 1989.
Memo for Spring (poems), Reprographia, 1972.
Blood and Ice (play), originally produced in 1982, revised versionproduced by Pepper's Ghost Theatre Company, Merlin's Cave, London, England,1984.
Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off (play), Communicado Theatre Company, Donmar Warehouse, London, 1987.
Jock Tamson's Bairns (play), Tramway Theater, Glasgow, Scotland, 1990.
Quelque fleurs (play), Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1991.
- Also author of Now and Then (screenplay), 1972, The Grimm Sisters (poems), 1981, Dreaming Frankenstein, and Collected Poems, 1984, Silver Service (play), 1984, and True Confessions and New Cliches, 1985. Work represented in Seven New Voices: Made in Scotland, Carcanet Press, 1974. Contributor of poems to periodicals, including New Statesman and Society.
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