“A series of random events that have no meaning to them - it’s just life - we yearn for them to mean something, to make sense.”
James Graham explores how his own life has inspired and influenced his writing and explains how he uses curious events from history to shed new light on the world in which we live today.
The celebrated young dramatist gives insight into his editing process, including how working with actors helps to hone his writing and, reading from his 2014 play The Angry Brigade, Graham demonstrates how form and style help sculpt his work.
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