Casarotto Ramsay to host #IndustryInsights with Mel Kenyon & Dennis Kelly!

Join Casarotto Ramsay on 26th September at 7pm as they host an in-depth conversation between their Head of Theatre Mel Kenyon, and the award-winning writer Dennis Kelly, as they discuss their Agent-Client relationship and the process of giving and receiving notes on a play.

To attend this FREE session, register your interest by completing the form linked here. Following this, keep checking your emails as Casarotto Ramsay will ask you to confirm your attendance a few days before the session.

Keep up to date with Casarotto Ramsay’s #IndustryInsight Events across the rest of the year via their website.

Mel Kenyon 

With over thirty years’ experience in the industry, Mel Kenyon has championed the careers of many of Britain’s most prestigious playwrights, theatre directors and designers. Her reputations as a fiercely loyal and protective advocate for her clients has made her one of the most respected figures in British Literary agenting. Some of Mel’s award-winning clients include Sir David Hare, Caryl Churchill, Simon Stephens, Lucy Kirkwood, John Tiffany OBE, Bunny Christie OBE, Vicki Mortimer and the late Sarah Kane. Mel has twice been Chair of the Women’s Prize for Playwriting and was part of the panel for The Play’s The Things (Channel 4).

Dennis Kelly

Dennis Kelly is a distinguished and multi award-winning writer or theatre, film and TV. Among his noteworthy stage works are DEBRIS, ORPHANS, LOVE AND MONEY, GIRLS AND BOYS, as well as the book for the Olivier and Tony award-winning MATILDA: THE MUSICAL. For screen, he has written and created UTOPIA (Channel 4) and TOGETHER (BBC Two), he co-created and wrote THE THIRD DAY (Sky Atlantic/ HBO) and PULLING (BBC), and most recently adapted MATILDA: THE MUSICAL for the screen (Sony/Netflix) to wide acclaim. In 2010, Dennis’ play DNA became a set text on the GCSE English Literature syllabus.

Published on:
18 Sep 2023


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