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Lucy Catherine’s BBC Radio drama about a family in melt-down following a life changing accident, has been nominated in the PRIX EUROPA 2016 Radio Fiction Category.

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THE LOCH

Stephen Brady’s original 6 part crime drama for ITV Studios is filming on location in the Highlands starring Laura Fraser, Siobhan Finneran and John Sessions. more here

THE LOCH

Stephen Brady’s original 6 part crime drama for ITV Studios is filming on location in the Highlands starring Laura Fraser, Siobhan Finneran and John Sessions. more here

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ROALD DAHL: BOY

Dramatised by Lucy Catherine, directed by Helen Perry and starring Patrick Malahide, this colourful adaptation of Dahl’s boyhood stories goes out on BBC Radio 4 on Saturday 2nd July at 14.30.
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SEA LIFE

Lucy Catherine’s play, directed by Matthew Parker has just been nominated for 4 Off West End Awards including best new play. more here

 

★★★★★ “A must see” Thrifty Theatre
★★★★★ “Utterly fantastic, highly entertaining” London Theatre1
★★★★ “Original and ridiculously funny” Stage Review

The darkly comedic exploration of life, death and seaweed runs at the Hope Theatre, Islington until the 11th June.

SEA LIFE

Lucy Catherine’s play, directed by Matthew Parker has just been nominated for 4 Off West End Awards including best new play. more here

 

★★★★★ “A must see” Thrifty Theatre
★★★★★ “Utterly fantastic, highly entertaining” London Theatre1
★★★★ “Original and ridiculously funny” Stage Review

The darkly comedic exploration of life, death and seaweed runs at the Hope Theatre, Islington until the 11th June.

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ROCKET’S ISLAND

Created and written by Nick Leather, the BAFTA nominated CBBC show ROCKET’S ISLAND has just won the Children’s Jury Prize at international childrens TV festival Prix Jeunesse International 2016.

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HISTORY’S FUTURE

Co-written by Jonathan Romney, visual artist Fiona Tan’s debut feature has its UK premiere at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival. see the trailer

★★★★ The Guardian full review here

HISTORY’S FUTURE

Co-written by Jonathan Romney, visual artist Fiona Tan’s debut feature has its UK premiere at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival. see the trailer

★★★★ The Guardian full review here

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THE NIGHT WATCH

Directed by Rebecca Gatward, Sarah Waters bestselling novel The Night Watch, adapted for the stage by Hattie Naylor, runs at the Royal Exchange Manchester until 18th June. more here
Independent ✮✮✮✮ review here
The Guardian ✮✮✮✮ review here
The Stage ✮✮✮✮ review here

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UNREACHABLE

Anthony Neilson’s new play Unreachable, starring Matt Smith, runs at the Royal Court until the 6th August. more here
★★★★ “A meta-critique of the process of creation itself.” What’s On Stage
★★★★ “Packed with cracking one-liners and bursts of outrageous slapstick.” Evening Standard
★★★★ “Intelligent and witty about art and ego, beauty and elusiveness.” The Stage

UNREACHABLE

Anthony Neilson’s new play Unreachable, starring Matt Smith, runs at the Royal Court until the 6th August. more here
★★★★ “A meta-critique of the process of creation itself.” What’s On Stage
★★★★ “Packed with cracking one-liners and bursts of outrageous slapstick.” Evening Standard
★★★★ “Intelligent and witty about art and ego, beauty and elusiveness.” The Stage

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WIPERS

Ishy Din’s new WW1 play Wipers, inspired by the real life story of Khuddadad Khan, the first South Asian soldier to be awarded a VC, runs at The Belgrade Coventry till the 21st May. more here
✮✮✮✮ – The Telegraph, ✮✮✮✮ – WhatsOnStage

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RIOT GIRLS

Lucy Catherine has two new plays as part of BBC Radio 4’s RIOT GIRLS season. SUSAN goes out on Monday 22nd February at 14.15 and EMMA goes out the next day at the same time. more details here

RIOT GIRLS

Lucy Catherine has two new plays as part of BBC Radio 4’s RIOT GIRLS season. SUSAN goes out on Monday 22nd February at 14.15 and EMMA goes out the next day at the same time. more details here

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