Adaptations are new plays too.

Helen Edmundson

In 2005, inspired and encouraged by the award-winning playwright Helen Edmundson I began to write.

I started work on adapting Edith Wharton’s groundbreaking short novel Summer into a play and since its premiere on the London fringe in 2012 (with the text also being published), I have continued to write in my spare time.

I have now adapted and re-imagined William Shakespeare’s Hamlet as a one man play Hamlet our brother and I’m currently writing my third play, a stage adaptation of Anais Nin’s short novel Stella.

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