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James Phillips (playwright)

Name  James Phillips

Role  Playwright
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Plays  McQueen, Hidden in the Sand
Books  City Stories, The White Whale

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James Phillips (born 29 April 1977) is a British playwright, director and photographer.

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Educated at St Catherine's College, Oxford, Phillips' first play, The Rubenstein Kiss, won both the John Whiting Award (2006) and the TMA Award for Best Play. As a director he has worked extensively and was a recipient of the National Arts Endowment Award for his first professional production, Frank McGuinness's Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme at the Pleasance, London.

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  • The Little Fir Tree (2004) premiered at Sheffield Theatres, directed by James Phillips
  • The Rubenstein Kiss (2005) premiered at the Hampstead Theatre, directed by James Phillips
  • Wind in the Willows (2010) adapted for Latitude Festival, directed by Alan Lane
  • Time and the City (2011) premiered in Hull for Slung Low Theatre Company, directed by Alan Lane
  • Hidden in the Sand (2013) premiered at Trafalgar Studios, directed by James Phillips
  • City Stories (2013-ongoing) resident at St James Theatre, London, transferred to 59E59 Theaters, New York in May 2016, directed by James Phillips
  • The White Whale (2014) premiered in Leeds for Slung Low Theatre Company, directed by Alan Lane
  • Camelot: The Shining City (2015) premiering at Sheffield Theatres, directed by Alan Lane
  • McQueen (2015) premiering at St James Theatre, London, transferred to Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London in August 2015, directed by John Caird
  • Flood (2017) premiering as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, directed by Alan Lane
  • Other work

  • If We Dead Awaken (2012), TV drama for Coming Up, Channel 4, directed by Luke McManus
  • Nicosia: The Last Dividing Line (2013), book of documentary photography, published by En Tipis (Nicosia, Cyprus)
  • References

    James Phillips (playwright) Wikipedia

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