Stephen Greenhorn

Stephen Greenhorn has been a professional dramatist for theatre, radio and television since 1989. His plays have been produced by a wide variety of theatre companies across the UK and around the world. Notable successes include The Salt Wound (1994) for 7:84, Passing Places (1997) for the Traverse (produced at Pitlochry in 2014), King Matt (2001) for TAG, and award-winning The Proclaimers musical Sunshine on Leith for Dundee Rep which toured the UK and Scotland 2007-10.

His feature adaptation of Sunshine on Leith for Black Camel Pictures/DNA premiered September 2013 at the Toronto International Film Festival to rave reviews and has enjoyed a UK-wide release.

Stephen’s TV work includes the six-part drama series Glasgow Kiss (BBC1, 2000), the feature–length adaptation of Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea (BBC1, 2006) two episodes of Doctor Who and critically-acclaimed five-part series Marchlands (ITV, 2011). He also created the popular soap opera River City for BBC Scotland.

Stephen has completed a 60’ pilot episode for Behind Closed Doors for Red Planet/BBC,  episode one of Laidlaw for Company/BBC Scotland based on the William McIlvanney novels, a 90’ retelling of Oliver Twist for BBC1 and the first episode for original series This Mortal Coil for ITV Studios/ITV.  He is currently writing and has delivered an episode of original series Craigmore to Big Talk/ITV and four-part serial treatment  The Climb for the BBC/Anne Pivcevic. Stephen has developed idea Bryant & May with Kindle and has written the first script of six parter Down to the Wire for STV.

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Stephen Greenhorn is represented by Frances Arnold