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The Girlfriend Experience

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Alecky Blythe is a British playwright and screenwriter. She has written several plays, including the acclaimed 2011 musical London Road.

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Her first play Come Out Eli won a Time Out Award. The Girlfriend Experience premiered at the Royal Court and then transferred to the Young Vic in 2009. Do We Look Like Refugees? won a Fringe First Award at the 2010 Edinburgh Festival. London Road opened at the National Theatre-Cottesloe in 2011 to widespread acclaim. It was named Best Musical at the Critics' Circle Awards and transferred to the National's larger Olivier stage in 2012. Her newest play Have I Been All My Life? opened at the New Vic Theatre in April 2012.

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In other work, Blythe took part in Headlong Theatre's production of Decade at St Katherine's Docks. She wrote and co-directed a BBC2 documentary on the London riots. She is also working on a film script.

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Blythe is best known for her pioneering work in verbatim theatre. Her theatre company Recorded Delivery was set up in 2003 to advance this branch of theatre.

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