David Cregan - born September 30, 1931, in Buxton, England
Actor, teacher and playwright and has written plays for radio and TV.
His early works were performed at the Royal Court Theatre, London. His play A Comedy of the Changing Years, opened the Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court in 1969.
Many of his plays were performed in various fringe and regional theatres up to the late seventies, there then followed a close relationship with The Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, a theatre-in-the-round.
- The Latter Days of Lucy Trenchard 1974
- The Monument 1978
- Hope 1979
- Inventor's Corner 1979
- The Joking Habit 1980
- The True Story of the Public School Strike 1981
- Diana's Uncle and Other Relatives 1982
- The Spectre 1983
- The Awful Insulation of Rage 1986
- A Butler Did It 1990
- From a Second Home in Picardy 1990
- St. George and the Dragon (What Happened with St. George) 1991
- Eavesdropping 1992.
- Upwards, Onwards and Just Carrying On 1995
- Sounds on an English Evening 1998
- A Man's Head (03.12.2002)
- My Friend Maigret (17.12.2002)
- The Yellow Dog Maigret 26.04.2004
- Inspector Cadaver Maigret 03.05.2004
- Cat's Whisker, BBC.