Guy Slater’s career has spanned acting, directing and producing both for television and theatre, as well as writing. He has written many television and radio plays, a children’s novel, edited three other books and adapted or translated two stage plays both of which have been widely performed. He is currently writing an adult novel, a love story, remotely based on fact, involving the Moscow Art Theatre and the Russian Civil War. He lives in London.
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NO EASY WALK
(Michael Pennington, “A work of Art…””This very convincing play… “This highly promising play by a young author new to Television”
THE BROPHY STORY
ANCIENT AND MODERN
“Mr Slater’s laconic pen …A cheeky appealing debunker… a fascinating send-up of British conscience…”
FRANKLIN”S FARM (Maureen Pryor. Thames TV’s nomination for Cannes TV Festival)
SEA SONG (Euston Films’ first original film with Tom Bell, Kika Markham.
“A clipped elliptical running fight of a script”.
Creator SUNNY’S EARS (RTS Award, Best Children’s Drama, 1998)