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Alan Ayckbourn will be in conversation with Peter Kemp, Chief Fiction Reviewer for the Sunday Times, and will be discussing Alan Ayckbourn's long writing career, his themes as well as his influences, working practises and his constant desire to push the technical envelope in his plays.
Alan Ayckbourn has been writing professionally since 1959 and 2017 will see the premiere of his 81st play, A Brief History of Women. During his almost six decades of writing, he has been responsible for such classic and acclaimed plays as Relatively Speaking, Absurd Person Singular, The Norman Conquests, A Chorus Of Disapproval, Woman In Mind, A Small Family Business, Things We Do For Love, Comic Potential, House & Garden and Private Fears In Public Places.
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