lita doolan
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What I do:
I am a welsh writer of Irish descent living in the middle of England.
A little more about me:
I have had work staged at Sherman Cymru, Theatre 503, Hampstead Theatre and a production at the Oxford Playhouse. Oxfordshire Touring Theatre Company, Oxford Times, Oxford Playhouse and Oxford University have awarded prizes to my plays. My short plays have been performed at Komedia Theatre, Edinburgh Lyceum and Leith Festival. I have enjoyed writing and directing various Fringe productions most recently, 'Churchill's Children' Upstairs at Three and Ten, Brighton and 'Mary Blandy's Gallows Tree' at Sweet Grassmarket Edinburgh. My play about Ebbw Vale 'Dad Sold our Council House on eBay' was recently a part of Sell A Door's 'Branching Out' festival at Rosemary Branch Theatre.
Projects I’m working on:
I am rehearsing my new play 'Dynwens Last Symphony' for Lost Theatre Festival 5th Feb

See an extract of my work online, as performed at Lost Theatre Festival 2014

I have completed my first novel, 'Her Last Gasp' (a theatrical thriller) and am working on a series
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Posted on December 19, 2013 at 10:04

Inspiring Welsh Women!

Early wishes for.... Happy International Women's Day!

There are 1000's of inspiring Welsh women but the lady who had the biggest impact on my creativity through her talent is Eiry Palfrey.  I attended a concert and poetry reading she hosted and was not really looking forward to it initially as I thought it would be quite heavy going but it was magical.  The warmth and passion behind the delivery of the poetry made the imagery come alive and switched me onto the spoken word for…


Posted on March 7, 2013 at 19:29

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At 19:08 on June 25, 2013, Kate Wasserberg said…
I have only just seen your very generous comment on my wall. Sorry for the incredibly late response! And thank you so much. K x
At 22:07 on January 14, 2012, lita doolan said…

Dewch i weld fy sioe 'Churchill's Children' yn yr Brighton Festival Fringe eleni!  May 11-13th Upstairs at Three and Ten 3pm

At 14:31 on August 3, 2011, Kezia Burrows said…
Lita waht a lovely message! Only JUST saw this message, must come on here more. It was me yes in the hot pants, blush, feels like a long time agoi. Glad you liked it it was a funky rendition that wasn't to everyones taste. Lots of fun to do. :-) great lollies
At 10:30 on February 27, 2011, lita doolan said…
Dewch i weld fy sioe Mary Blandy yn yr Edinburgh Fringe eleni!
At 13:24 on February 18, 2011, Henriette Baker said…
Yo lovely lady! Hope all's well with you? x H
At 15:09 on February 16, 2011, Lisa Owen-Jones said…

All going down as fast as a Jammy Dodger. Yum. Yum. Thanks for intorducing me to this community.

At 14:27 on February 16, 2011, Rebecca Adamson said…

Hey Lita,


Am I right in thinking you've sent me scripts in the past?  I recognise your name! Stay in touch anyway.

Rebecca x

At 13:41 on September 16, 2010, Rhian Jones said…
Hi Lita
Welcome to the National Theatre Wales community, we hope you find it useful, inspirational and entertaining.
Best wishes,

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