Iain Heggie is a Scottish playwright his work includes Wholly Healthy Glasgow, American Bagpipes, An Experienced Woman Gives Advice, Wiping My Mothers Arse, Tobacco Merchants Lawyer, Queen of Lucky People and his new play Heterophobia! Other adaptations include The Don (from Molier's Don Juan) When My Mother Married My Uncle (from Hamlet) and The Lower Depths (from Gorky's play.).
Iain Heggie is currently researching amateur football and the work of outsourcing companies. He is working on a film and two novels.
The Grey Hill
King of Scotland is an award-winning, dark comedy and a free adaptation of Gogol's A Diary of a Madman. Long-term unemployed Jamesie McMillan joins a government-funded retraining scheme 'Up The Ladder'. Cited as a shining example of the government's employment policies and chosen for a media profile, Tommy is taken on by the Department of Upward Mobility. The department gets more than they bargained for, however, when they discover just how far up the ladder Tommy is expecting to go. Featuring trouserless bankers, talking dogs, flying taxis and a razor-sharp parody of the workings of politics, King of Scotland is an outrageous Fringe First-winning monologue.