julia munrow

Writer/Director

Julia Munrow trained at RADA and her directing credits include Game of Fools, Woe From Wit, Eisenstein in Action at the Riverside Studios, and Lickers and Kickers for Theatre of the Moving Image for which she won an Arts Council Award. Julia was Artistic Director of MOMI Actors and directed the Playback Company featured on LWT's Night Life series. For the National Film Theatre she has written Silent Women?, News From

No-man's Land and Black in the Frame (BFI/Tricycle Theatre). Further writing for stage includes adaptations of Margaret Forster's Have The Men Had Enough? and Margaret Drabble's The Needle's Eye, Non-swimmers (King's Head) and Suspended Lives (commissioned by Tara Arts). Her novel Please Don't Keep In Touch was shortlisted for the Woman's Fiction award (Creative Print Publishing).


Improviser and member of FLUXX (http://www.fluxx.co.uk/#!people/cj3p)

Founder member of the improvisation company Playback South.


Comedienne

Writer and performer in the long-running MUTTON comedy sketch show (www.muttonproductions.com)

 

Actor

Film/TV includes: Sight Test (London Independent), Dear Anne Frank (Qualia), Great Balls Of Fire (directed by Jim McBride), Elisabeth II in Love Again (BBC), Mercy in Mankind ( BBC 1) Letters from Chechnya (BBC).and Lesley in Emmerdale (Yorkshire TV) Theatre includes Rossetti’s Woman, (Yvonne Arnaud), Angel in A Lost City ( Theatre of Venezuela) Mistresses  (Lichfield Garrick)) Hamlet (Harrogate Theatre), Humble Boy ( New Vic) Life And Beth (directed by Alan Ayckbourn, Stephen Joseph Theatre) Absent (dreamthinkspeak Royal Opera) House), Underground ( Barbican and  Brighton Theatre Royal) Where's The Bear? (Northampton Theatre Royal), Breathing Space, (Toronto Festival) Table Manners ( Yeovil, Octagon), Picasso's Women, (Ambassadors), Trojan Women (Drill Hall), and Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing

(directed by Mark Rylance for LTI).



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