Ben Brown (playwright)
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Ben Brown is a British playwright. He was educated at Highgate School. 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.
- 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.
- Dickson, Alex (Summer 2013). "The History Boy" (PDF). Cholmeleian: 66–69. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-06-28. Retrieved 2011-02-14.
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