Nick Perry (writer)

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Nick Perry is a British playwright and screenwriter. He is a graduate of the National Film and Television School. His first play Arrivederci Millwall was produced by The Combination at The Albany Empire, Deptford in 1985 and jointly won the Samuel Beckett Award. Smallholdings was first performed at the Kings Head Theatre in 1986, and The Vinegar Fly at the Soho Poly in 1988. Near Cricket St Thomas, 1919 was directed by Alan Ayckbourn at the McCarthy Theatre, Scarborough in 1997. An Illustrated Talk was performed at the Newtown Theatre, Sydney, as part of the 2008 Short and Sweet festival. His radio play The Loop was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 2009 and won a Sony Radio Academy bronze award.[1] Andrew Scott was named Best Supporting Actor at the inaugural BBC Audio Drama awards in 2012 for his performance in Perry's radio play, Referee.[2]

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Television[edit]

Radio[edit]

  • Referee (2011)
  • London Bridge (2013)
  • November Dead List (2014)

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