Bruce Clyde Thomson

Bruce Clyde Thomson was born in Christchurch, spent his early childhood in Singapore and Canada and returned to New Zealand to be raised in Wellington at the age of eight. He spent many years in Australia and is a two-time graduate of Melbourne’s VCA drama school, as both playwright and voice teacher. In 2019 he answered the clarion call home to Aotearoa and re-located to Auckland, where he now lives. 

Commendations and awards for his work include: Diagnosis (Best Comedy Script, Auckland Short and Sweet), The Eye of Martha Needle (Melbourne Fringe Festival Best Drama, Runner-up NZ Mobil Radio awards best radio drama), Ayn Rand Has Her Way and Stuck Pigs (Adam Award Shortlist) and These Woods Are Mean (UK Papatango Playwriting competition, shortlist).