ONE LIFE (See Saw)
Co-written with Lucinda Coxon
Director Aisling Walsh, starring Anthony Hopkins
UNTITLED LOVE STORY (See Saw/Film Four)
UNTITLED TRUE STORY (Mubi)
WHITE MUGHALS (Turbine Studios)
ORIGINAL TV SERIES (New Regency)
Pilot and Bible commissioned
SECOND BEST BED (Ecosse Films)
ROMULUS MY FATHER (Arena Films)
Directed by Richard Roxburgh and starring Eric Bana and Franka Potente.
Won Best Feature the Australian Film Institute Awards
Nick is writing a new commission, SERVER, for The Young Vic. His play BIRCH GROVE for producers Ruth Jackson and Matt Byam-Shaw is in in development.
ALL THE ANGELS, about the premiere of Handel’s Messiah in Dublin, opened at The Globe in 2015 and was revived there in the Winter of 2016/17. It is due to receive a new Irish production in Dublin.
His original libretto BETWEEN WORLDS (ENO) was produced to critical acclaim at the Barbican in 2015, directed by Deborah Warner, in collaboration with composer Tansy Davies, with whom he also wrote CAVE (2018) for the London Sinfonietta and tenor Mark Padmore. His libretto EARTH SONG for composer Rachel Portman, was premiered in 2019 and broadcast on Radio 3.
Nick adapted TO REACH THE CLOUDS by Philipe Petite, an account of his 1974 high-wire walk between the Twin Towers, for Giles Croft at Nottingham Playhouse. He has also written a stage adaptation of Anna Funder’s prize-winning STASILAND. His one-hour play for young people, SUCCESS, was commissioned by the National’s Connections project, and performed at the Olivier Theatre and around the country.
THE MAN IN THE WHITE SUIT (Bloodaxe) won the Waterstone’s/Forward Prize for Best First Collection. It was also a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. His subsequent collections are FROM THE WORD GO (2007), THE FAREWELL GLACIER (2012) and OUT OF RANGE (2018). His poem “The Future” was recorded by Andrew Scott, and appears in Letters to the Earth (Collins, 2019). Nick has collaborated with United Visual Artists on MESSAGE FROM THE UNSEEN WORLD, a permanent poetic installation about Alan Turing at Paddington, and HIGH ARCTIC about climate change at the National Maritime Museum in London. He has also published a study of THE POETRY OF W B YEATS (Penguin).
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