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KIT HESKETH-HARVEY

Born in Nyasaland in 1957, Kit Hesketh-Harvey was educated at the Cathedral Choir School, Canterbury, and Tonbridge School, and was a Choral and English Exhibitioner at Clare College, Cambridge, followed by post-graduate study in theatre writing under Stephen Sondheim at St Catherine’s College, Oxford. He has a distinguished reputation as a writer and producer for television, a playwright, broadcaster, actor, lyricist and librettist. He was co-author with Ronald Harwood of All The World’s A Stage (Secker) and with Maria S. Just of Five O’Clock Angel (Knopf). His two-man musical satire Kit and the Widow has been nominated three times in the West End for Olivier Awards. He received the Writer Of The Year Award 2009 for his regular column in Country Life Magazine.


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