Zoe Cooper

Zoe Cooper is a playwright whose work includes: A Song for Ella Grey, adapted from the novel by David Almond (Pilot Theatre, 2024); Northanger Abbey after Jane Austen (Orange Tree Theatre Richmond, Octagon Theatre Bolton, Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough & Theatre by the Lake, 2024); The Kiss (Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, part of the Inside/Outside season of short plays, 2021); Out of Water (Orange Tree Theatre, 2019, in association with the RSC; a finalist in the 2020 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, and shortlisted for the Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards 2019); and Jess and Joe Forever (Orange Tree Theatre, 2017, followed by UK tour; winner of the Most Promising Playwright Award at the Off West End Awards 2017; longlisted for the Evening Standard Most Promising Playwright Award).

The Kiss
Northanger Abbey
A Song for Ella Grey

Alastair Cording

Alastair Cording is an actor and writer, and has lectured at Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities.

His extensive career as an actor and director led to writing as a result of the Edinburgh Fringe First-winning epic, The Golden City. He has written for a number of theatre companies: a series of children's plays for Masque; Mrs O's Saturday Nights (Covent Garden Festival); Fatale (Basingstoke Haymarket); and The Walsingham Organ, Margaret Catchpole and Margaret Down Under (Eastern Angles). Adapted works include Wild Harbour and Gay Hunter for BBC TV; David Copperfield for Eastern Angles; and for TAG, Lanark and the Scots Quair trilogy, including Sunset Song.

David Copperfield
Sunset Song

Rachel Corrie

Rachel Corrie (1979-2003) was an American college student who joined other foreign nationals working for the International Solidarity Movement in Gaza in January 2003, where she was killed by an Israeli bulldozer while protesting.

My Name is Rachel Corrie
My Name is Rachel Corrie

Michael Coveney

Michael Coveney edited Plays and Players before going on to be staff theatre critic on the Financial Times, Observer and Daily Mail. He has published biographies of Maggie Smith, Mike Leigh and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Ken Campbell: The Great Caper
Ken Campbell: The Great Caper - SIGNED COPY

Brian Cox

Brian Cox is an award-winning Scottish actor, best known for roles in films such as Manhunter, Troy and The Bourne Supremacy. He won an Emmy Award in 2000 for his role in Nuremburg.

Brian Cox on Titus Andronicus

Lucinda Coxon

Lucinda Coxon is an English playwright and screenwriter.

Her plays include: a version of Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkman (Bridge Theatre, London, 2022); Alys, Always, adapted from the novel by Harriet Lane (Bridge Theatre, London, 2019); Herding Cats (Ustinov Theatre, Bath, 2010, & Hampstead Theatre, 2011); and Happy Now? (National Theatre, 2008).

Her screenplays include The Danish Girl, The Crimson Petal and the White and The Little Stranger.

Herding Cats
Happy Now?
Alys, Always
John Gabriel Borkman