Q&A with Simon Stephens

Q&A with Simon Stephens

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4 May at 10:00 am 11:30 am

£3.00 | 16+

Simon Stephens is an internationally produced playwright whose plays have been translated into over 40 languages and produced all over the world. He will be answering any question you want to ask him from whether the playwright remains an integral creative figure in new theatre to whether the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime perpetuated stereotypes of neuro diversity to what Andrew Scott is like.

He will literally answer any question about anything.


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About Simon Stephens

For more than twenty years Simon Stephens work has been widely translated and produced throughout the world. He has won many Awards including Olivier and Tony Awards for new plays.

He has written new English language versions of masterpieces by Chekhov, Ibsen and Brecht and adaptations of novels by Mark Haddon and Jose Saramago. He has collaborated with the world’s leading theatre practitioners (Andrew Scott, Patrice Chereau, Ivo Van Hove, Marianne Elliott, Katie Mitchell) and produced original work throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas. He is a Professor at the Writing School of Manchester Metropolitan University.