About Rona Munro
Rona Munro has written extensively for stage, radio, film and television including the recent adaptations of My Name Is Lucy Barton for the Bridge Theatre London and Manhattan Theatre Company on Broadway, New York, Captain Corelli's Mandolin for Neil Laidlaw Productions and Frankenstein for Perth Theatre and Selladoor. She wrote the award winning trilogy The James Plays for the National Theatre of Scotland, The National Theatre of Great Britain and the Edinburgh International Festival.
Other credits include award winning plays Iron
for the Traverse Theatre and Royal Court London. The Maiden Stone for Hampstead Theatre, Little Eagles and
The Indian Boy for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and Bold Girls for 7:84 Theatre Scotland.
Film and TV work includes Oranges and Sunshine directed by Jim Loach and starring Emily Watson and Hugo Weaving, the Ken Loach film Ladybird, Ladybird which won a Silver Bear at the Berlin Festival, Aimée & Jaguar a Silver Bear winner and Golden Globe nomination, and BAFTA nominated Bumping the Odds for the BBC. She has also written many other single plays for TV and contributed to series such as Doctor Who.