#JMKSpace: Collaboration with Jon Brittain
The session will take place 5.00 – 6.30pm on Thursday 8th April on Zoom.
This free #JMKSpace event is open to all and there are 40 places available. To apply to take part please complete the form at the bottom of this page no later than 5pm on Tuesday 6th April.
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Jon Brittain is a playwright, television writer and director. His critically acclaimed play Rotterdam premiered at Theatre503 in 2015 before transferring to Trafalgar Studios where it earned him a nomination for the Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2016. It later transferred to 59E59 in New York and the Arts Theatre in the West End. Rotterdam won an Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre in 2017. Jon went on to write and direct a series of cult hit shows; Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho and its sequel Margaret Thatcher Queen of Game Shows were sell-out staples at the Edinburgh Festival. His musical about depression A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) won a Fringe First Award and has toured extensively – he is now developing it for television. He directed the Olivier Award/Fringe First Award-winning Baby Reindeer, as well as both of John Kearns’s Fosters Award winning shows Sight Gags for Perverts and Shtick. He has also directed Tom Allen, Tom Rosenthal and many other comedians. Some not called Tom. He was a staff writer on Series 3 of The Crown for Netflix and is currently writing television and theatre and musicals – originals and adaptations. He also sometimes turns up on Twitter in disguise.
5.00 – 6.30 pm on Thursday 8th April
#JMKSpace on Zoom
This event is FREE…
Thanks to The Golsoncott Foundation, The Thistle Trust, The Chapman Charitable Trust, The Noël Coward Foundation and Didymus for their support for #JMKSpace.