Paul Dodgson is a writer, composer, radio producer and teacher. Writing credits include 15 plays for BBC Radio 4 including Famous, Binge Drunk Britain – The Musical and Windscale. Paul has written two radio memoirs, You Drive Me Crazy and Home. Paul has directed and produced more than 400 programmes for all BBC radio networks.
Theatre work includes a large cast adaptation of Robin Hood for Storm on the Lawn, music and lyrics for productions of Heidi, The French Detective and the Blue Dog and The Nutcracker at Theatre Royal Bath, Alice Through The Looking Glass at Tobacco Factory, Bristol, Joking Apart at Nottingham Playhouse, The Kingdom and Bluebeard at Soho Theatre, London and The Importance of Being Earnest at Salisbury Playhouse. The Nutcracker was the 2013/14 Christmas show at Nuffield, Southampton.
Screenwriting credits include 18 months as part of the Eastenders writing team and the drama/documentary series Monsters We Met for BBC 2.
Paul has taught creative writing at Exeter University where he was previously Writer-in-Residence and runs radio and short story workshops around the UK. While at Exeter, Paul developed an interest in memoir writing, a genre he now teaches internationally. More details of this work can be found at www.writinglife.co.uk.
|Author:||Kevin Machin||Date:||February 9, 2015 2:10 pm|
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