Lee Hall Plays: 1: Cooking with Elvis/Bollocks/Spoonface Steinberg/I Love You, Jimmy Spud/Wittgenstein on Tyne/Genie/Two's Company/Childr: Cooking ... Jimmy Spud v. 1 (Contemporary Dramatists) Paperback – 1 Dec 2007
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About the Author
After his acclaimed play Spoonface Steinberg (1997), Lee Hall was appointed Writer in Residence at the RSC 1999/2000 under the Pearson Playwrights Scheme Award. Other plays include Cooking with Elvis (2000, Edinburgh Festival and West End) and an adaptation of Goldoni's The Servant with Two Masters (RSC 1999). He also wrote the screenplay to the film Billy Elliot (1999), receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay. His most recent play, The Pitmen Painters premiered at the Live Theatre, Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 2007 before transferring to the National Theatre 2008.
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One unexpected gem here is 'Cooking With Elvis' which I confess I haven't seen performed, but as a text is delightful...funny, moving, dark, at times uncomfortable. 'Spoonface Steinberg' is a well written radio monologue, though I fail to see why it has been given such legendary status amongst the back catalogue of BBC Radio 4 plays. There are, sadly, very few Radio 4 plays that strike any chord with me at all, and whilst 'Spoonface' is an admirable effort, it does at times feel rather overly written and a little strained.
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