Jim Cartwright

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Jim Cartwright
Born (1958-06-27) 27 June 1958 (age 56)
Farnworth, Lancashire, England
Occupation Playwright, actor
Nationality United Kingdom
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Debut works Road (1986)

Jim Cartwright (born 27 June 1958) is an Internationally acclaimed English dramatist, born in Farnworth, Lancashire, England. Cartwright's first play, Road, won a number of awards before being adapted for TV and broadcast by the BBC.[1] His work has been translated into over 35 languages.



Plays[edit]

  • 1986 Road - Royal Court Theatre, London. Winner of: George Devine Award; Plays and Players Award; Drama Magazine Award; Samuel Beckett Award. directed by Simon Curtis
  • 1988 Bed - National Theatre. directed by Julia Bardsley
  • 1989 Two- Octagon. Young Vic Theatre. Winner of: Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for Best New Play. directed by Andy Hay
  • 1990 Baths"- Octagon. directed by Andy Hay
  • 1991 Eight Miles High- Octagon * 1994 & 1995 Bristol Theatre Royal Nominated for Theatre Management Association Best Musical Award. directed by Andy Hay
  • 1992 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice - Winner of: Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy of the Year; Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy directed by Sam Mendes
  • 1996 I Licked A Slag's Deodorant' - The Ambassadors Theatre, West end. directed by Jim Cartwright
  • 1999 Prize Night - Royal Exchange Theatre. directed by Greg Hersov
  • 2000 Hard Fruit - Royal Court Theatre, London. directed by James Mcdonald
  • 2012 "A Christmas Fair" - Milton Rooms directed by Nick Bagnal
  • 2014 'Mobile Phone show" - National Theatre directed by Nicky Lander

Films[edit]

  • Road (1987) Winner of Golden Nymph Award. directed by Alan Clarke
  • Little Voice (1998) Nominated for 19 awards
  • Bed (1995) BBC
  • Vroom (1988) Chosen as Centre Piece at the London Film Festival directed by Beban Kidron
  • Strumpet BBC directed by Danny Boyle
  • Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise (2001) BBC directed by Danny Boyle
  • Johnny Shakespeare (2008) BBC 1. Winner of two Royal television Society awards. directed by Jim Cartwright
  • King of The Teds (2012) Sky Tv. directed by Jim Cartwright

Novels[edit]

'Supermarket Supermodel' published in 2008


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jim Cartwright". contemporarywriters.com. British Council. 2011. Retrieved 22 July 2011. 

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