Julia Childs (playwright)

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Julia Childs
Born Julia Kay Childs
(1962-03-06)6 March 1962
St. Albans, United Kingdom
Occupation Playwright, Director
Nationality British
Period 2007-Present
Notable awards Winner African performance 2009, Joint-second place African performance 2010

Julia Childs (born 1962 in St. Albans) is a British playwright who has won first and second place awards internationally.

Her debut play Home Sweet Soweto Home won first prize in the BBC African Performance competition. Professor Wole Soyinka awarded Childs joint-second place in African Performance 2010 with The Coffin Factory.[1] Both plays were produced by BBC and broadcast on the BBC World Service.

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