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Johnson and Alcock

Johnson and Alcock

Tel:   020 7251 0125    Fax:   020 7251 2172    Email:   Click here to contact    Website:   Click here to visit

Address:  Clerkenwell House, 45/47 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0HT

We are a boutique literary agency based in leafy Clerkenwell, representing a diverse selection of prestigious writers of fiction and non-fiction. We boast a list of writers appealing right across the commercial and literary ranges, served by the most reputable subagents around the world. Our website contains information on our authors and the estates we represent, details on how to submit work to us, how to apply for permissions, and contact details for our agents

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 comprises a comprehensive online searchable database for plays written in English since the production of Look back In Anger in 1956. Each play listing contains a playwright biography, synopsis, cast size, creative and production team for the premiere production, date and location of the first performance and much not only defines the World’s theatrical repertoire for the first time but also aims to revitalise that repertoire by reintroducing many lost scripts and providing a gateway for locating and clearing rights for a very large number existing scripts. We are delighted to receive information from users where our own research has been unable to locate details on the holder of a play's contains a comprehensive listing for each new play written in English produced by professional theatre companies, venues, festivals, commercial producers and once-off-producers from 1956 to the present. It includes adaptations, translations and new versions. The database also includes those plays produced by fringe (unsubsidised) companies and by semi-professional organisations, where the work is deemed to be of particular significance to the repertoire. Thus you will get help with playwright, dramatist, plays, biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production, published, dates, database, research.