Through the Eyes of a Scriptwriter
One of Britain’s leading television and theatre writers, William Ivory, was born in Southwell, Nottinghamshire. He attended the Minster School and London University. However, he left university after a year and became a council dustman. He has written award-winning dramas for film, television and theatre, including: Journey to Knock, Common as Muck, The Sins, Burton and Taylor, Bomber’s Moon, Diary of a Football No-Body and was a BAFTA nominated writer for the film Made in Dagenham. He is currently Visiting Professor in the School of Arts and Humanities at Nottingham Trent University.
This evening, William talks candidly about his career, the film industry and much more.
Wine and soft drinks available.