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Graham Holliday

Graham Holliday

Graham Holliday was born in Manchester in 1952 and educated at Ludworth County Primary School, Manchester Grammar School, Brasenose College Oxford and University College London.  As a professional librarian, he has worked at the University of Hull (under Philip Larkin), Kingston Polytechnic, and the international law firm Clyde & Co, as head of Library & Information Services. Graham's radio plays include 'A Bump in the Road' (BBC and Germany), 'The Scottish Play' (BBC and South Africa) and 'Hans Across the Sea' (South Africa). The stage version of 'The Scottish Play' is published by Samuel French and has received over 90 productions around the world. His children's play 'Primula the Non-Sheepdog and the Great Grey Wolf' is also published by Samuel French and has proved popular with youth groups.  Other stage works include 'Over the Bridge' and the children's musical 'The End of Yellow', first performed in 1985 by Teddington Theatre Club.  He is also the author of five children's novels, as yet unpublished. Graham Holliday lives in the middle of a wood in Berkshire with his wife Jill and Casper the cat.


Samuel French Titles by Graham Holliday