Scottish BAFTA nominee 2016 – Best Actress/Feature for the role of ‘Joan’ in Where do we go from Here? (Worrying Drake)
Best Lead Actress – St Tropez International Festival 2015 for ‘Meg’ in Seven Lucky Gods
“Multiple” (Her documentary with Media co-op about living with MS): Gold Plaque Award at the Chicago International Film Festival, Silver Remi Award at Worldfest in Houston and Achievement Award from Superfest International Disability Film Festival
Alison is an actor and director whose career has spanned thirty years. She was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in 1999 despite which, she continues to have a prolific career as an actor in Theatre, Film and Television.
Recent Theatre Credits include: But that was then, Voices in her Ear, Frances & Ethel and Ophelia (Oran Mor) Locker Room Talk (Traverse/Gary McNair) The Wakefield Mysteries (Theatre Royal, Wakefield) White Rabbit, Red Rabbit (Aurora Nova) GHOSTS (Tron Theatre) Titus Andronicus (Dundee Rep) Horizontal Collaboration and Sub Rosa (David Leddy/Fire Exit) Paul Bright’s Confessions of a Justified Sinner (NTS) She created and devised My Shrinking Life with Lies Pauwels also for National Theatre of Scotland about living and working with MS.
Film/TV credits include: Where Do We Go From Here? (Worrying Drake); Shetland (ITV) Seven Lucky Gods; Trouble Sleeping; Fast Romance; Acid House (The Soft Touch) Shetland (ITV ) To India With Love (BBC) River City (BBC Scotland); Lip Service, (BBC Scotland/Kudos) 2 series of High Times (STV- Bafta Scotland Award) Taggart x 3 (STV) Dear Green Place (BBC Television) Sex Traffic, (Channel 4) Psychos (Channel 4/Kudos); Strathblair and The Advocates.
Date posted: 3rd Sep 2018
Fresh from a highly successful festival run, writer/director John McPhail’s feature Where Do We Go From Here? is headed back to the big screen, showing at Cineworld Renfrew Street, Glasgow from…Read More
Date posted: 15th Mar 2018
Three royal brothers, alike in every way but one – only the eldest can wear the crown. A shame for Edward and Clarence then, that their brother, Richard, is youngest……Read More
Date posted: 1st Dec 2017
From the comfort of armchairs in the studio, three amateur sleuths, they watch the drama play out as Mortcliff’s crack team of detectives make enquiries with the local residents. But…Read More
Date posted: 29th Sep 2017
Ivan is a writer with a deadline but he’s blocked. Ten years ago to the day his mother passed and a phone call from his brother has him reliving the…Read More
Date posted: 25th May 2017
Alison Peebles will be appearing in next week’s Play, Pie, Pint, which will then transfer to Ayr Gaiety the following week. Details can be found on the website A long…Read More
Date posted: 14th Apr 2017
Don’t miss Alison Peebles and Neshla Caplan in this week’s production from A Play, A Pie and A Pint. Talking to the dead is a dirty job, but someone’s got…Read More
Date posted: 13th May 2015
We are delighted to announce that Alison Peebles recently won the award for Best Lead Actress at the St Tropez International Film Festival for her role in Feature Film ‘Seven…Read More