Tom Gallacher

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Tom Gallacher (16 February 1932 27 October 2001) was a Scottish playwright. He originally came from Garelochhead and went to the Hermitage Academy in Helensburgh, but in later life he lived in Alexandria in Dunbartonshire.


He was involved with the Dumbarton People's Theatre.

Plays for the stage

Television Plays

Radio Plays

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