Fiona grew up across the Pennines in Halifax. She has a BA (hons) from Trinity College, Cambridge and, more recently completed an MA in Dramatic Writing at the University of Sussex in Brighton. She worked for 10 or so years in Ireland, firstly as an actress and subsequently as a director and sometime producer, during which time she wrote various short pieces for Theatre. SALT is, however, her first full-length play. Fiona was part of the BBC Writers Academy in Autumn 2010 and is currently writing for BBC continuing Drama.
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Though Amy and Simon have the money and children that life has so far denied Nick and Rachel, their friendship forged years ago has remained constant. But when they hand their less fortunate friends the cash to realise their dreams, this simple act of charity brings long-submerged resentments bubbling to the surface.
joint winner of the Royal Exchange theatre's Bruntwood Playwriting Competition 2008
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