SHEDx : Tim Crouch

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AGE GUIDANCE
All Ages

DATES & TIMES
Monday 9th August 

RUNNING TIME
10MINS

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TIM CROUCH

SHEDx Talks are a free to watch series of ten minute talks from theatre makers and key arts industry figures, presented as part of SHEDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2021. All the talks are centred around the theme of Edinburgh Festival Fringe and aim to inspire, educate, reminisce and advocate for change.

Tim Crouch is a critically acclaimed and award-winning playwright, director and performer. His plays include My Arm(Traverse Theatre/tour), An Oak Tree(Traverse Theatre, National Theatre, Off-Broadway/tour), ENGLAND – a play for galleries (Traverse Theatre/Fruitmarket Gallery/Whitechapel Gallery/tour), The Author(Royal Court/tour), I, Malvolio, I, Peaseblossom, I, Banquo, I, Caliban (Brighton Festival/tour) what happens to the hope at the end of the evening (with Andy Smith – Almeida festival/tour), Adler & Gibb (Royal Court/tour), Beginners (Unicorn Theatre), Total Immediate Collective Imminent Terrestrial Salvation (NTS/Royal Court/tour), I, Cinna (the poet) (RSC, Unicorn Theatre). Directing credits include The Complete Deaths for Spymonkey, Jeramee, Hartlebyand Oooglemore (Unicorn Theatre/tour), and PEAT (The Ark, Dublin). He created and co-wrote the BBC TV series Don’t Forget The Driver which won Best Comedy at the Venice TV Festival, 2019. Other awards include an OBIE Special Citation, Writers Guild of Great Britain – Best Play for Young Audiences, Prix Italia for Best Radio Adaptation, two Total Theatre awards, a Fringe First, Herald Angel and Archangel and the John Whiting Award which he shared with Lucy Kirkwood in 2010.

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SHEDx: TIM CROUCH

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