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Who is Amanda Whittington?
Amanda Whittington is a playwright and was born in Nottingham in 1968. After leaving school, she worked as a freelance journalist for a variety of publications and was a columnist for the Nottingham Evening Post. In 2001, she won the Dennis Potter Screenwriting Award for Bollywood Jane, a work which she later adapted for stage. She has also written three youth theatre plays and a stage adaptation of "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning". As of 2013, she is chair of the Writers' Guild Theatre Committee.
- born in (47 years ago) in Nottingham
- written works: "Be My Baby", "I think now of vibrating and the way that you smell ..", "Satin 'n' Steel", "Ladies' Day", "Ladies Down Under"
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