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Yesterday’s Child by Stuart Eggleton, Monday, 24 June, 7.30PM, Upstairs @ North London Tavern​

In 1979 Angus Wilson was one of the four prominent post-war writers, known for his exceptional literary contributions.  He was also an openly gay writer and LGBT campaigner.

In Yesterday's Child, Wilson's significance is re-examined against the backdrop of Thatcherism and the AIDS crisis. 

Stuart's first play, "Solomon," about the artist Simeon Solomon, was performed at the Camden People's Theatre in November and then at the Royal Academy of Art. It was awarded Arts Council funding for further development. “Solomon” will go on to additional venues this autumn. His other play, "Queer-Raphaelite," has been developed with the director Philip Wilson for the Marylebone Theatre.

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