Ben Brown (playwright)

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Ben Brown is a British playwright. He was educated at Highgate School.[1] When interviewed about The Promise, his 2010 play about the Balfour Declaration, he said that he had grown up in North London with a non-observant Jewish father.[2]


  • Larkin With Women, (2000) a portrait of Philip Larkin and his love-lives which won the TMA Best New Play award that year
  • All Things Considered, (1996) a black comedy about philosophy and suicide.
  • The Promise (2010), about the Balfour Declaration
  • Three Days in May, (2011) a drama concentrating on Winston Churchill's darkest hours in the early parts of the Second World War.


  1. ^ Dickson, Alex (Summer 2013). "The History Boy" (PDF). Cholmeleian: 66–69. Retrieved 30 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-06-28. Retrieved 2011-02-14.