We’ve got two pairs of tickets for the opening night of Tony Roper’s riotous comedy, The Steamie, up for grabs.

Since it was first staged 30 years ago, this moving and genuinely funny play has become one of Scotland’s favourites, with strong female characters and a robust and ribald humour. There are even a few songs by Davie Anderson. The action centres on Dolly, Doreen, Magrit and Mrs Culfeathers airing their dirty laundry in a 1950s washhouse on Hogmanay.

Answer this question:

Who wrote The Steamie?