Nick Joseph has written award-winning plays for theatre, graduated with a Masters Degree in Theatre Practice from Exeter University, and has taught on Drama, Creative Writing and English programmes at the University of Winchester since 1998, specialising in the discipline of scriptwriting for stage and screen, and the seminal texts of key C20th playwrights and scriptwriters.
His 1994 play The Deadland won the International Student Playscript Competition, had rehearsed readings in Scarborough and at Questors Theatre in London, and was performed at the University of Winchester in 1997. His 1996 play The Woman Who Thought She Was A Dog was performed at Southside, Edinburgh, was awarded a Fringe First, and was subsequently performed at the BAC in London, and at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in America. Other plays include The Vikings in Britain (performed at the University of Winchester in 2001) and Dancing With Genghis Khan, performed at the University of Exeter.
At Winchester, Nick has contributed to, created and coordinated modules on the Drama, Creative Writing and English programmes, including contributions to the launch and dev elopment of combined- and single-honours programmes in Creative Writing. Nick continues to write for the stage, and has worked, more recently, on fiction-for-children, has contributed to and led the ‘Off With Their Masks’ programme of readings, and given talks on Entertaining Mr Sloane and other seminal plays as part of the programme of pre-show talks at the Theatre Royal, Winchester. Other areas of interest include fairy tale fictions and short screenplays.