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A Writer's Life: writing for television.

Monday 4th June
18:00 - 19:30

Doors Open: 18:00
Venue: Church of St. Andrew & St. Cuthman
Adult Ticket: £10.00
Under 18s Ticket: £6.00
Simon Nye has been writing for 30 years, from novels to theatre, TV sitcoms to drama. He first wrote for TV in 1990, adapting his first novel Men Behaving Badly into a situation comedy. TV films include The Railway Children, Pollyanna, Tunnel of Love and My Family and Other Animals. He won a Bafta for his series Just William and he wrote an episode of Doctor Who because his children insisted! Most recently Simon has written all the three series of The Durrells, loosely adapted from the memoirs of Gerald Durrell. Whether you are interested in writing or as a viewer, come and see Simon give an insight into the joys, pains and occasional idiocies of the television industry, and how to work with animals and, even trickier, actors.

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