||Caroline Devlin graduated from The Drama Centre London in 1995 and has enjoyed working at such theatres as The Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh, where she was a regular member of the company for various seasons playing many parts, including Masha in Chekhov’s Three Sisters, Hero in Much Ado About Nothing, Lady Macduff in Macbeth, Arte ONeill in Boucicaults The Shaughraun, and Wendy in Barries Peter Pan. She has also played Marina in Pericles (Greenbelt Theatre Company), Michaela in Carmen, Gwen in Merlin (Citizens Theatre Company-Glasgow) and Miranda/Ariel in The Tempest (Actors From The London Stage). Caroline’s television and radio projects include Casualty, The History Man, and Ruth Rendell’s Lake of Darkness. Most recently, she worked alongside Albert Finney in My Uncle Silas. She has also been at the forefront of establishing her own theatre company and made her directing debut in October 2002. Caroline is currently developing a project entitled The Spirit of Scotland in Story and Song. Drawing together Celtic myth, folklore, poetry and song, the one-person show explores the stories that survived down the centuries in the forms of traditional verse to Gaelic laments. It will draw from themes touching upon nature, sea, love, death, heroism, stoicism, pride, friendship and perhaps even the true "spirit" of Scotland whisky!