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Jon Bradfield

Writer

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Alec Drysdale

Jon wrote an episode of QUEERS, part of the series of monologues produced and directed by Mark Gatiss for the BBC. His episode, MISSING ALICE, was beautifully performed by Rebecca Front and was singled out for praise in the 5 stars reviews in the The Times and The Independent.

Jon also writes and composes the near-legendary Christmas Pantos for the Above the Stag Theatre.

Jon has recently written an incredibly moving and funny play, ANIMALS, developed with Josh Hepple, about a young gay disabled man navigating sexual and romantic relationships while relying on round-the-clock assistance. That play was on the short list of 5 (from over 1500 submissions) for the prestigious Papatango Theatre Prize 2020 and is currently shortlisted for this year’s Through The Mill prize. The BBC has subsequently commissioned a pilot script for him to adapt the play for television.

Credits

TELEVISION
Date: 2021
Production (role):
ANIMAL
Company:
BBC/Euston Films
Project details:
Pilot Script commissioned
Date: 2017
Production (role):
QUEERS: MISSING ALICE
Company:
BBC
Project details:
Directed by Mark Gatiss
Starring Rebecca Front

Credits

  • Date
    Production (role)
    Company
    Project details
  • Date: 2021
    Production (role): ANIMAL
    Company: BBC/Euston Films
    Project details: Pilot Script commissioned
  • Date: 2017
    Production (role): QUEERS: MISSING ALICE
    Company: BBC
    Project details: Directed by Mark Gatiss
    Starring Rebecca Front