Elinor Cook

Elinor Cook

Elinor Cook is a playwright whose work includes: a version of Ibsen's The Lady from the Sea (Donmar Warehouse, 2017); Out of Love (Paines Plough/Theatr Clwyd/Orange Tree tour, 2017); Pilgrims (HighTide/Theatr Clwyd/The Yard, 2016); Image of an Unknown Young Woman (Gate Theatre, London, 2015); and The Girl’s Guide to Saving the World (HighTide, 2014).

She was the winner of the George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright in 2013.

Author photo by Richard Davenport

 

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The Girl's Guide to Saving the World

A frank and funny new play about friendship, feminism and what it means to be successful.

Image of an Unknown Young Woman

A startlingly theatrical look at what happens when a politically inflammatory video goes viral and it all kicks off.

Pilgrims

A play about adventure, betrayal, and man's impulse to conquer the world.

Out of Love

A tale of friendship, love and rivalry over thirty years from award-winning playwright Elinor Cook.

The Lady from the Sea

Ibsen's moving play about duty and self-determination, relocated to the Caribbean in the 1950s.

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