|Born||7 September 1959
Rona Munro (born 7 September 1959) is a Scottish writer. She has written plays for theatre, radio, and television; was the author of the screenplay of Ken Loach's Ladybird, Ladybird and co-author of Aimée & Jaguar by German director Max Färberböck.
Her most recent credits include the theatre play Iron which has received many productions worldwide. Other theatre works include plays for the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh, ('Strawberries in January' translation) Manchester Royal Exchange, ('Mary Barton'), Plymouth Drum Theatre and Paines Plough, ('Long Time Dead') and the Royal Shakespeare Company, ('The Indian Boy')
Munro has also contributed seven dramas to Radio 4's Stanley Baxter Playhouse: First Impressions, Wheeling Them In, The King's Kilt, Pasta Alfreddo at Cafe Alessandro, The Man in the Garden, The Porter's Story and The German Pilot.
In 2006 the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith presented Munro's adaptation of Richard Adams' classic book, Watership Down. Her early television work includes episodes of the drama series Casualty (BBC) and, more recently, a BBC film Rehab. directed by Antonia Bird.
- The Bang And The Whimper, 1982
- Biggest Party In The World, 1986
- Bold Girls, 1990 
- Bus, 1984
- Catch A Falling Star!, 2004
- Dirt Under The Carpet, 2007
- Dust And Dreams, 1986
- Fugue, 1983
- Ghost Story, 1985
- Gilt, 2003
- Haunted, 1999
- Federico García Lorca (1999). The House Of Bernarda Alba [Rona Munro]. Nick Hern Books. ISBN 978-1-85459-459-4.
- Indian Boy, 2006
- Iron. Nick Hern Books. 2002. ISBN 978-1-85459-703-8.
- Long Story Short, 1989
- Long Time Dead, 2006
- The Maiden Stone, 2006
- Mary Barton, 2006
- Off The Road, 1988
- Piper's Cave, 1985
- The Salesman, 1982
- Saturday At The Commodore, 1989
- Scotland Matters, 1992
- Snake, 1999
- Stick Granny On The Roofrack
- Strawberries in January, 2006
- Touchwood, 1984
- Watching Waiters, 1985
- Watership Down, 2006
- The Way To Go Home, 1987
- Winners, 1987
- Women On The Verge Of A T Junction, 2004
- Your Turn To Clean The Stair, 1992
- Jordan Watch
- Douglas Gifford (1991). "Making Them Bold And Breaking The Mould: Rona Munro’s Bold Girls". The Association for Scottish Literary Studies.
- Biography of Rona Munro at On Target
- Rona Munro, doollee
- Guardian interview preceding Edinburgh festival 2009.
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