Location: London

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Diane Samuels

Diane Samuels is a playwright whose career spans thirty years. Her play Kindertransport was the winner of the Verity Bargate and Meyer Whitworth awards (1993/94), and has been performed in London’s West End, off-Broadway and all over the world. Her plays for BBC radio include Swine, Doctor Y, Hen Party, Psyche and the Woman’s Hour serial, Tiger Wings. Her recent work includes The A–Z of Mrs P, with composer Gwyneth Herbert, and Song of Dina, with composer Maurice Chernick, a new opera giving a voice to the silenced sister of the Bible’s Joseph (of multi-coloured coat fame) and a creative collaboration with an international team of environmental scientists to create Glacier Gifts, a booklet celebrating glaciers and mourning their retreat due to climate change. Diane lives in London.