Clive Bradley- Winner of Writers Guild of Great Britain award in 2017 for TRAPPED for which he wrote or co-wrote
https://www.youngvic.org/taking-part/neighbourhood-theatre/twenty-twenty A year-long community project with Blackfriars Settlement, Certitude and Thames Reach. Beginning in November 2019, Young Vic Taking Part will collaborate
Chinonyerem Odimba is a “writer to watch” (The Guardian) with UNKNOWN RIVERS bringing in great reviews. Critics are saying the “production builds
Don’t miss Destiny Ekargha’s episodes, 7 and 8, of END OF THE F***ING WORLD S2 out on Netflix and Channel
https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/a29752000/world-on-fire-season-1-renewed-finale-cliffhanger/ Many fans were left reeling by World On Fire‘s season one finale tonight (November 10) after BBC One’s WWII drama ended
Time For Lights Out, Raymond Briggs’ exploration and contemplation of old age and death, is published by Jonathan Cape today.
Malorie Blackman’s Crossfire, Alan Durant’s Clownfish, Karen McCombie’s Little Bird Flies and Louisa Reid’s Gloves Off have all been nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2020! Hummingbird illustrated by
Congratulations to Kieran Hurley and Peter Strickland for their BIFA nominations. IN FABRIC amassed nine nominations, with Peter Strickland being nominated for
Just as stunning and moving as ever, Nick Stafford’s War Horse has returned to London until 23rd November at the Troubadour
Many congratulations to several of our clients involved in Life of Pi, which won big last night at the UK
Check out the new VIKINGS Season Six trailer! With eight episodes directed by Steve Saint Leger, including the two-hour premiere.
Peter Oswald’s new version of Cyrano playing at Bristol Old Vic. 16th October – 16th November. Directed by Tom Morris.
Stormzy’s PRH imprint #Merky Books will publish Malorie Blackman’s as-yet untitled autobiography in 2022. “This book is an account of
Scottish children’s entertainment production company Maramedia has acquired the rights to develop a new children’s series based on Michael Bond’s Olga