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Simon Warne

Simon is a comedy writer whose professional credits span theatre (plays and musicals) radio, television and film. 

Musicals include: Stratford Street (King’s Head and the Academy for New Musical Theatre, Los Angeles) What You Will (Hampton Hill Playhouse) both with William Morris and The Toyboy Diaries (Hope Mill, Manchester) with Andy Collyer.

Simon has two new musicals in development: Never Too Late (with John Farmer) and The Chocolate Lovers’ Club adapted from the bestseller by Carole Matthews (with Alexander Bermange).

Radio credits include comedy series Arrested Development and afternoon play Temperatures Rising, both for BBC Radio 4. His television comedy Barking was shortlisted for the C21 Drama Series Script Competition 2020.

Simon studied playwriting at RADA; comedy writing at Birbeck University, London; and has a Masters in Screenwriting from the University of the Arts, London.