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David Lodge

About David Lodge

In 1997 David was made a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and in 1998 he was awarded a CBE. As well as his plays, screenplays and novels, David has also written several books of literary criticism and essays. His work has been translated into fifteen languages.

All enquiries about David Lodge’s books and other publications should be addressed to Curtis Brown c/o Jonny Geller – gelleroffice@curtisbrown.co.uk.

 

Novels

DEAF SENTENCE 2008

AUTHOR AUTHOR 2004

HOME TRUTHS (novella based on own play) 1999

THINKS… 2001

THERAPY 1995
Winner: Commonwealth Writers Prize 1996

PARADISE NEWS 1991

NICE WORK 1988
Winner: Sunday Express Book of the Year Award 1988
Shortlisted: Booker Prize 1988

SMALL WORLD 1984
Shortlisted: Booker Prize 1984
Adapted as a 6-part television serial for Granada TV in 1988 by Steve Hawes

HOW FAR CAN YOU GO? 1980
Whitbread Book of the Year 1980

CHANGING PLACES 1975
Winner: Hawthornden Prize 1975
Winner: Yorkshire Post Fiction Prize 1975

OUT OF THE SHELTER 1970

THE BRITISH MUSEUM IS FALLING DOWN 1965

GINGER YOU’RE BARMY 1962

THE PICTUREGOERS 1960

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TV

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • THE WRITING GAME (1995)
    • Channel 4
    • Adaptation of own play
    • MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT (1994)
    • BBC
    • 6-part mini-series Dir. Pedr James With Keith Allen, Julia Sawalha and Pete Postlethwaite Winner: Writers Guild Award for Best TV Dramatised Serial 1995 Nominated: 6 BAFTAs 1995 Nominated: Emmy Award for Outstanding Mini-series 1995
    • NICE WORK (1989)
    • BBC
    • 4 x 60’ serial Adaptation of own novel Dir. Christopher Menaul With Warren Clarke Winner: RTS Award for Best Drama Serial 1990 Winner: Silver Nymph Award at Monte Carlo Television Festival 1990

Theatre

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • SECRET THOUGHTS
    • Bolton Octagon
    • Writer & Director Adapted from his play, THERAPY
    • HOME TRUTHS
    • Birmingham Rep Theatre
    • THE WRITING GAME
    • Birmingham Rep Theatre
    • Dir. John Adams American Rep Theatre, Massachusetts 1991 Dir. Michael Bloom Manchester Library Theatre 1992 Dir. Chris Honer