In an interview open to the public, Edge Hill University and Manchester Metropolitan University present Tony Marchant talking about his work and answering your questions on Saturday 16th October 2010 at the Rose Theatre.
In 1999 Tony was awarded the Dennis Potter BAFTA Award for writing services to television. After a spell in the boxing ring, Tony began writing for theatre, then single dramas for TV. Prize-winning serials include: Garrow’s Law (RTS History Award 2010), Kid in the Corner, Holding On to name but a few. Tony’s films include The Mark of Cain (Red Productions/C4). He will talk about his writing and working in television and there will be time for your questions.
How to Book
Tickets are £4 (included in the price for writers attending the Storyling the Plot or Pitching the Story workshops). Staff and students of Manchester Metropolitan University or Edge Hill University can get tickets for £3. To book, call the Rose Theatre Box Office on 01695 584480 or visit www.edgehill.ac.uk/rosetheatre.
For more information on the writers, for directions to the venue and to find out about our two Saturday Writers Workshops on Plotting and Pitching TV and Radio Drama go to www.mmu.ac.uk/plot-pitch. The event is supported by Writers’ Guild of Great Britain.