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AD2014081120150303 (R4)

by E V Crowe. Winner of the 2015 Imison Award for best debut radio drama. Lucy feels as if she's been in the army her whole life. Her father swears this is their last posting. But can she believe him? And if not, can she cope with another tour of duty?

Director - Abigail le Fleming

The Writer

E V Crowe's most recent play, VIRGIN, played at the Watford Palace Theatre from September - October 2013.

Prior to that, LIAR, LIAR, played at the Unicorn Theatre from January to March 2013 and HERO played at the Royal Court at the end of 2012 in a production directed by Jeremy Herrin. The play was developed with the support of the NT Studio and Schauspiel in Frankfurt.

She made her Royal Court debut in 2010 with KIN (also directed by Jeremy Herrin), and was shortlisted for the Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards. Credits elsewhere include YOUNG PRETENDER, produced by nabokov at the Edinburgh Fringe and on tour. A graduate of the Young Writer's Programme, she is currently under commission to the National Theatre, Royal Court Theatre, Watford Palace Theatre and the Unicorn Theatre.

She was on attachment to the Royal Court in the summer of 2007 and is also a graduate of their Young Writers Programme and Super Group.

E V is also part of the writing team that's headed up by Jack Thorne for a new 8 part series called GLUE (E4 / Eleven Films).

AD2014081120150303 (R4)

by E V Crowe. Winner of the 2015 Imison Award for best debut radio drama. Lucy feels as if she's been in the army her whole life. Her father swears this is their last posting. But can she believe him? And if not, can she cope with another tour of duty?

Director - Abigail le Fleming

The Writer

E V Crowe's most recent play, VIRGIN, played at the Watford Palace Theatre from September - October 2013.

Prior to that, LIAR, LIAR, played at the Unicorn Theatre from January to March 2013 and HERO played at the Royal Court at the end of 2012 in a production directed by Jeremy Herrin. The play was developed with the support of the NT Studio and Schauspiel in Frankfurt.

She made her Royal Court debut in 2010 with KIN (also directed by Jeremy Herrin), and was shortlisted for the Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards. Credits elsewhere include YOUNG PRETENDER, produced by nabokov at the Edinburgh Fringe and on tour. A graduate of the Young Writer's Programme, she is currently under commission to the National Theatre, Royal Court Theatre, Watford Palace Theatre and the Unicorn Theatre.

She was on attachment to the Royal Court in the summer of 2007 and is also a graduate of their Young Writers Programme and Super Group.

E V is also part of the writing team that's headed up by Jack Thorne for a new 8 part series called GLUE (E4 / Eleven Films).