Julia Childs

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Julia Childs
Born Julia Kay Childs
(1962-03-06)6 March 1962
St. Albans, United Kingdom
Occupation Playwright, Director
Nationality British
Period 2007-Present
Notable awards Winner African performance 2009, Joint-second place African performance 2010

Julia Childs (born 1962 in St. Albans) is a British playwright who has won first- and second-place awards internationally.

Her debut play Home Sweet Soweto Home won first prize in the BBC African Performance competition. Professor Wole Soyinka awarded Childs joint-second place in African Performance 2010 with The Coffin Factory.[1] Both plays were produced by BBC and broadcast on the BBC World Service.

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