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Teresa’s award-winning plays in Edinburgh have brought her tremendous success.

Born and brought up in Pembrokeshire, Teresa attended the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in the early 1980’s. After which, a blossoming career – more accurately described as patchy – emerged; firstly, at the Torch Theatre in Milford Haven, then the Sherman Theatre in Cardiff (for Made in Wales) and ultimately tours of the UK with various theatre companies, which gave her an encyclopaedic, if somewhat annoying, talent for recognising place names and identifying counties within the British Isles.

Teresa co-founded the Drama Queens Theatre Company with Jennifer Scott-Reid. The company takes her new plays to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival each year and performs at TheSpaceUK venue 39 at the Radisson Hotel, The Royal Mile.

She is a latecomer to writing but hopes her warped sense of humour may infect others in her journey of literary discovery. Teresa now lives in Cambridge; hoping that intellect and education may rub off on her. Sooner, rather than later.

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Morrison brings an interesting and unique view of the world through his work.

Morrison Stone is a writer and filmmaker living in Chepstow, South Wales. Morrison has completed his studies at college and then at University – graduating a BA (Hons) Degree in Film & Video from The International Film School, Wales. Since then, Morrison has continued his love of writing and the arts, finding new ways to express himself through writing and present his unique viewpoint to the world.

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Shamsul has a talent for writing and a keen eye for design.

Shamsul graduated from Goldsmith’s College, University of London in 1994, starting his career as a Graphic Designer. He was hired for a short period by the Neville Brody Studios to create animated background sequences for the United Artist film Hackers, and gained his first film credit. In 1997 Shamsul joined BBC Multimedia as Head of Design, where he worked on dozens of BBC brands (including Teletubbies, Walking With Dinosaurs, Wallace and Gromit, and Robot Wars) porting them to CD-ROM, Playstation and GameBoy.

In 2005 Shamsul started his MA in Screenwriting at the Royal Holloway, University of London, which culminated in a one-year student exchange on the MFA program at the prestigious UCLA Theatre, Film and Television School, Los Angeles. Between 2008 and 2010, Shamsul worked as the Writers’ Liaison Coordinator for TAPS, communicating with industry professionals and  organising writers’ workshops across the regions. He is currently engaged on several of his own projects including “Curry Kings”, and “Betty Button Nose”.