Rona Munro


Rona has written extensively for stage, radio, film and television, Her recent theatre credits include ‘Lucy Barton’ adapted from the novel by Elizabeth Stroutand performed by Laura Linney at The Bridge theatre London in 2018-19.Other credits include The James Plays’ a trilogy of award winning plays produced by the National Theatre of Scotland, The National Theatre UK and Edinburgh International festival, ‘Scuttlers’ The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, ‘Little Eagles’ (Royal Shakespeare Company) and ‘Iron’ (Traverse, Edinburgh, Royal Court) for which she won the John Whiting Award in 2003.

Her television credits include the BAFTA-nominated ‘Bumping the Odds’ and ‘Rehab,’ and her films include Ladybird Ladybird and Oranges and Sunshine. Her work for radio includes several dramas for The Stanley Baxter Playhouse. Rona is the only writer so far to have contributed episodes to both the ‘classic’
and contemporary series of ‘Dr Who.’

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