Judy Upton

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Judy Upton (born 1967) is a British playwright.[1]

Life[edit]

She collaborated with Lisa Goldman at The Red Room Theatre Company.[2] She has written radio plays for the BBC.[3]

Ashes and Sand has been adapted into film.[4]

Awards[edit]

Works[edit]

  • Everlasting Rose, Old Red Lion Theatre, London, 1992
  • Ashes And Sand, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1994
  • Bruises, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1995
  • The Shorewatchers' House, The Red Room Theatre (first production), London, 1995
  • Temple, Orange Tree, Richmond, 1995
  • Stealing Souls, The Red Room Theatre, London, 1996
  • Sunspots, The Red Room Theatre, London, 1996
  • People On The River, The Red Room at the Finborough, London, 1997
  • To Blusher With Love, The Man In The Moon/Worthing Ritz, 1997
  • Confidence, Birmingham Rep, Birmingham, 1998
  • The Girlz, Orange Tree, Richmond, 1998
  • Know Your Rights, The Red Room at Battersea Arts Centre, 1998
  • Pig In The Middle, Y Touring Theatre Company, Schools tour and the House of Commons, 1998[5]
  • The Ballad Of A Thin Man, Channel Theatre Company Spring Tour, 2000
  • Hotmail From Helsinki, Vienna English Theatre, 2001
  • Sliding With Suzanne, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 2001
  • Team Spirit, Theatre Royal, Plymouth, 2002
  • My Imprisoned Heart, short film, 2007
  • Noctropia, Hampstead Theatre, London, 2009[6]

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