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Rikki Beadle-Blair

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South London born Rikki Beadle-Blair is an award winning playwright, director, actor and choreographer. Beadle-Blair's writing covers stage, screen and radio. In 1994 he wrote the screenplay for Nigel Finch's film Stonewall, and this was followed by a number of screenwriting credits including a television adaptation of Boy George's autobiography; Take it Like a Man for BBC2 in 2001. In 2007 Beadle-Blair's play Fit was commissioned by Manchester-based arts organisation Queer up North, and gay equality organization Stonewall to tackle homophobic bullying in Britain's schools. Beadle-Blair's other plays have had productions at Theatre Royal Stratford East and Contact Theatre, Manchester.


Title Date Publisher
Bashment 2005 Oberon Modern Plays
Familyman 2008 Oberon Modern Plays
Fit 2010 Oberon Modern Plays
Shalom Baby 2011 Oberon Modern Plays

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