Theatre Book Prize

Bloody OVER THE MOON to have been shortlisted for the Theatre Book Prize for the best book on British Theatre published in 2018, for 'Twenty Theatres to See Before You Die'. It's truly the most heartening thing to have your work recognised like this, and I feel so spurred on to keep pursuing my writing. You can read more about the award in The Bookseller's article below. The winner will be announced on 11 June... watch this space!


https://www.thebookseller.com/news/str-theatre-book-prize-shortlist-revealed-1004986?fbclid=IwAR3jqnMFjfHXKRd8xooQCA3JusV2nXy1SAzJvC4MBo1TxF-3A7f0tf0oVmg

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