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Marks & Gran

Laurence Marks, Maurice Gran

Jewish Book Week

Sat 26 Feb
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Marks & Gran

Laurence Marks, Maurice Gran

Jewish Book Week

The Emmy-winning writers of Birds of a Feather, The New Statesman & Goodnight Sweetheart on 60 years of friendship & comedy.


From meeting at the Jewish Lads Brigade (Finsbury Park Company) in 1960 and making their comedy writing debut for Frankie Howerd in the 70s to their current status as BAFTA and Emmy winning elder statesmen of situation comedy, Laurence Marks & Maurice Gran have had a unique career.

In Shooting the Pilot they share the first scripts – and accompanying essays – for their most famous shows, including Birds of a FeatherThe New StatesmanLove Hurts and Goodnight Sweetheart, plus the unproduced Lady Ottoline Pierpoint’s Guide to Intimate Behaviour for Gentlewomen. In addition to conquering TV they wrote West End hit Dreamboats & Petticoats and the acclaimed Radio 4 play Von Ribbentrop’s Watch. A chance to hear two comedy icons in conversation.

Date & start time:Sat 26 Feb – 8.45pm
Venue:Hall Two
Price:£16.50
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