Feb 16, 2023
David Greig is a leading Scottish playwright and Artistic Director of Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh.
In 2016, he adapted The Suppliant Women, the only fully extant play in a trilogy by Aeschylus, and is now adapting the other two plays in the trilogy, even though only fragments of the originals still exist, the...
Nov 15, 2022
Since 2005, Manchester-based property company Bruntwood has worked with the Royal Exchange Theatre to present the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting.
The 2022 ceremony was held at the Royal Exchange on 14 November.
BTG Editor David Chadderton spoke to the three of the winners—International Award winner Rochelle Fong,...
Dec 1, 2017
At the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester on 13 November 2017, the winners were announced of the sixth biennial Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting.
The winners of three Judges’ Prizes of £8,000 each were announced as Tim Foley for his play Electric Rosary, Laurie Nunn for King Brown and Sharon Clark for Plow.
Sep 13, 2017
Playwright Kevin Fegan talks to BTG editor David Chadderton about his 30-year career as a playwright and, more specifically, about his new plays opening soon:
Jul 23, 2016
BTG London editor Philip Fisher talks to writer Nell Dunn in her Fulham home.
Nell Dunn first became a published writer with Up the Junction, a collection of short stories, in 1963, then went on to become a successful novelist (Poor Cow, 1967) and playwright (Steaming, 1981). She co-wrote a screen adaptation of Poor Cow...