St Helens playwright’s Edinburgh Fringe award success



A talented young St Helens playwright is celebrating after scooping an award at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe.
Julia Cranney’s professional debut Empty Beds won an Eddies prize at the world-famous cultural festival, having already been given a Fringe drama award by a Scottish national newspaper.
The play tells the story of three sisters on a train journey to visit their brother, who has been stranded on the other side of the country due to a lack of available psychiatric hospital beds.
Julia’s writing impressed Edinburgh Fringe audiences and critics with its exploration of mental health... read more

 
15 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 35
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