Jack Thorne

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Jack Thorne’s plays include Bunny (Nabokov), 2nd May 1997 (Bush Theatre Nabokov), Burying Your Brother in the Pavement (National Theatre Connections), Two Cigarettes (Bush Theatre), Stacy (Tron, Arcola Theatre and Trafalgar Studios), Fanny and Faggot (Pleasance Edinburgh, Finborough and Trafalgar Studios), When You Cure Me (Bush Theatre), Paperhouse (Flight 5065) and Solids (Paines Plough/Wild Lunch at the Young Vic). TV includes This Is England 86 (with Shane Meadows), The Fades, Cast-Offs (with Tony Roche and Alex Bulmer), and episodes of Skins and Shameless. Films include The Scouting Book for Boys, which premiered at the 2010 London Film Festival, for which he won the Best British Newcomer Award. Radio includes People Snogging in Public Places (Winner of Best Drama at the Sony Radio Academy Awards 2010), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Winner of the Radio Award at Ability Media International Awards 2009), Left at the Angel and When You Cure Me.