Jane Livingstone won a BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award for Best Writer in 1996 for her screenplay Roses of Picardy, before embarking on a career in corporate communications. In 2014 she returned to creative writing with a musical comedy, Thieves of Dunfermline, and a Masters in Creative Writing from Edinburgh Napier University. This was followed by three commissions from A Play, A Pie and a Pint: Miss Veitch's Roses, Witches of West Fife, and the award-winning Jocky Wilson Said which was performed in Glasgow, Aberdeen and at the Edinburgh Festival in 2017.
In 2018 Jane is part of The BBC Writersroom Scottish Voices Programme and a director of Outwith Festival.
Partner Projects 2019
Jane will be working on a Partner Project with Dunfermline Delivers, where she will produce a full-length, original play inspired by the heritage of Dunfermline.