Library Hosts An Evening with Heather Peace

Author visits Shepherd's Bush on January 26

About All to Play For: It’s time to tell our story, starting when my new friends and colleagues-to-be were all as fresh, young and wet behind the ears as I was myself. When our hearts were open, and our integrity was still intact.

All to Play For is described as a story of artistic expression vs corporate gain, of how some people make a drama out of a crisis, and others a crisis out of a drama.

Heather started her career working in touring theatre, commissioning and directing new plays. She joined the BBC Drama Script Unit in 1989, later script editing productions in Drama Serials under Michael Wearing, and Comedy under Robin Nash, where she developed Lisselle Kayla's groundbreaking sitcom Us Girls.

In 1991 she left the BBC to become Head of Comedy Development at Witzend Productions, returning in 1994 to edit one week in four of East Enders for a year. From '94-'96 she was a senior script editor in Drama Serials, leaving to become a freelance editor and writer.

She wrote for the second series of Crossroads and has written a number of short stories; she trained to teach English in 2003. Heather is an Associate Lecturer at the Open University on the new Advanced Creative Writing course
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January 9, 2012