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The Collector set during the Coalition's occupation of Iraq, a team of prison guards become brutalized by war. Echoes is a bloody story of colonialism, drawing parallels between the lives of a Jihadi bride and a Victorian pioneer. Angel in a Syrian town, a crackshot sniper is all that stands between the town's citizens and the fearsome approach of ISIS.
About the Author
Henry Naylor is a writer, performer, producer and director. He has written for many award-winning comedy shows including Smith & Jones, The Lenny Henry Show, Dead Ringers and Alistair McGowan's Big Impression. He was a lead writer on Spitting Image, and, together with his double-act partner Andy Parsons, he starred in nine series of Parsons & Naylor's Pull-Out Sections on BBC Radio 2. He also created, executive produced and directed the multi-award-winning Headcases for ITV1. He has written plays including The Collector (Edinburgh Festival and Arcola Theatre, 2014), Echoes (Edinburgh Festival and Arcola Theatre, 2015) and Angel (Edinburgh Festival, 2016).
"[Henry Naylor is] emerging as one of our best new playwrights" —The Times
"gripping to the last moment" —A Younger Theatre on The Collector
"Superbly written … a must see" —Sunday Times on Echoes
"simple but devastating... beautifully-structured" —Scotsman on Angel