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Bringing Literature to Life

Join North West Playwrights at Manchester LitFest with Bringing Literature to Life

Jeremy Dyson, Jane Rogers & Nick Stafford

Saturday 13th October, 2-4.30pm

International Anthony Burgess Foundation

Tickets: £6/£4 concessions. Book on 0843 208 0500

Bringing Literature to Life is a panel discussion for anyone interested in the joys and challenges of adapting printed works into drama. North West Playwrights will be joined by three prominent practitioners who will be discussing their experiences and welcoming questions. Nick Stafford is best known for his 2011 Tony Award-winning adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's War Horse, award- winning TV comedy writer Jeremy Dyson will be discussing his recent stage adaptation of Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected, and novelist and radio writer Jane Rogers will be sharing her years of expertise in adapting fiction for radio. Click here to book tickets online.

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