About Eilidh Loan
Eilidh Loan is an Award Winning Actor and Writer who grew up in Erskine. She attended the Dance School of Scotland before heading to London to study at Guildford School of Acting. While training at drama school, Eilidh set up her own film company, Scuffed Productions and was awarded the GSA Acting Award and GSA Entrepreneur Award when she graduated in 2018. During her graduating year, Eilidh was selected to represent GSA at the Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award and she was the winner of the Alan Bates Award 2018. Eilidh is also a writer and director who’s debut play, Moorcroft had a sell out run at the Tristan Bates Theatre. Eilidh has worked extensively with production company, Head & Wrecker. Eilidh co-wrote their most recent short film, Pure Sin which won the Audience Choice Award at the 48 hour Film Festival last year. Eilidh was nominated for Best Actress in a Radio Drama at the One Voice Radio Awards for her performance of Lady Macbeth with Almost Tangible. Since then, Eilidh has worked very closely with Almost Tangible and is a member of their writers group. Eilidh played Mary Shelley in Rona Munro’s adaptation of Frankenstein which toured the UK from 2019 to March 2020. Her other credits include: Robert Burns, A Collection of Poems and Songs Almost Tangible, Pancake BBC Scotland, London Kills Acorn TV, Clique II BBC, England’s Forgotten Queen BBC, Doctors BBC, Jo&Rob Head&Wrecker, Me & My Left Ball Rough Velvet Collaborations, His Name is John Abigail Burgess Eilidh is also extremely passionate about spreading Mental Health Awareness, especially in the arts and has taken part in several podcasts discussing her experiences. Eilidh is delighted to be working with NTS for the first time on this project.