Jules Horne

Jules Horne has won two Fringe Firsts for her stage plays, and has written several BBC radio dramas, as well as fiction and journalism. She is a former BBC news sub from the Scottish Borders, and has worked in Germany and Switzerland as a translator and radio journalist.


Credits include ALLOTMENT and THREAD (Edinburgh Fringe/Nutshell Theatre), MACMILLAN'S MARVELOUS MOTION MACHINE; ISLAND BLUE and LIFE: AN AUDIO TOUR  (BBC Radio 4), GORGEOUS AVATAR (Traverse Theatre), OVERDUE SOUTH and LEFT AT THE LIGHTS (BBC Scotland), THE WIFE OF USHER'S WELL (Quondam Theatre), INNER CRITIC (BBC 7).


Other commissions include SCAPE for Royal Conservatoire of Scotland/Playwrights' Studio Scotland and WHERE THE DANCE IS for Nutshell Theatre.


Jules is currently an associate lecturer and course writer (Script) on the Open University MA in Creative Writing.


 



Scotland


Kara Fitzpatrick
Alan Brodie Representation
Paddock Suite
The Courtyard
55 Charterhouse Street
London
EC1M 6HA

020 7253 6226

Theatre

WHERE THE DANCE IS Nutshell Theatre (commissioned, seeking funding)
COME TO WHERE I'M FROM Paines Plough
SCAPE Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (dir Fiona MacKinnon)
THREAD Nutshell Theatre (dir Kate Nelson)
THE WIFE OF USHER’S WELL Quondam Arts (dir Stefan Escreet)
ALLOTMENT Nutshell Theatre (dir Kate Nelson)
THE DEVIL ON WHEELS Nutshell Theatre (dir Kate Nelson)
GORGEOUS AVATAR Traverse Theatre (dir Philip Howard)

Radio 
MACMILLAN’S MARVELLOUS MOTION MACHINE Catherine Bailey Ltd (dir Rosie Kellagher) BBC Radio 4
SMALL BLUE THING Bona Broadcasting (dir Rosie Kellagher ) BBC Scotland
LIFE AN AUDIO TOUR Catherine Bailey Ltd/ Philip Howard  BBC Radio 4 OVERDUE SOUTH Catherine Bailey Ltd/Traverse (dir Marilyn Imrie)  BBC Radio Scotland
INNER CRITIC BBC7 (dir David Ian Neville)
A PLACE IN THE RAIN BBC Radio 4 (dir David Ian Neville)
LEFT AT THE LIGHTS BBC Radio Scotland (dir David Ian Neville)

Film
I STILL LOVE YOU REALLY (NTS 5\' Yes, No, Don\'t Know Show)


Books, Film, Online Writing, Short Story, Theatre

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