DOUBLE JEOPARDY (Chandler and Wilder) written by Stephen Wyatt.

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STEPHEN WYATT

It all began when Stephen wrote a doctoral thesis about Victorian popular theatre. Since then, he’s created two Classic Dr Who stories and a cabaret show about the Krays for the Bubble Theatre. He’s penned the libretto for The Burglar’s Opera, a musical comedy for Hornchurch called Pick Yourself Up and Claws and a screenplay transmitted on BBC 1 with an audience of more than six million.

He’s dramatised Fielding, Thackeray, Chandler and Highsmith for Radio 4 and engaged in a posthumous collaboration with Claude Debussy to create The Devil in the Belfry. He’s contributed to Casualty, House of Elliott and Crossroads. He’s created an award-winning version of Dante’s The Divine Comedy for Radio 4 and had a very successful run at Jermyn Street Theatre with his comedy Told Look Younger, his first original theatre piece for some years.

And even though Stephen has won the Tinniswood Award for best original radio drama not once but twice, he’s still unsure if all this adds up to a proper career as a writer.

  • TOLD LOOK YOUNGER
  • PICK YOURSELF UP
  • THE SHADOW OF DORIAN GRAY
  • THE DIVINE COMEDY
  • MEMORIALS TO THE MISSING
  • GERONTIUS
  • STRANGERS ON A FILM
  • Comedy Drama /
  • Drama