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James Lark

James Lark is a writer, director and composer whose work includes several short films and extensive theatre experience, including new musicals Miracles at Short Notice and award-winning 2007 total Fringe sell-out show Tony Blair – the Musical (“runs the melodic gamut from near-Weillian severity to knowingly schmaltzy balladry, and is packed with rich, tight harmonies” – The Daily Telegraph) and his 2006 one-man show The Rise and Fall of Deon Vonniget (“very funny…fantastically skewed” – the New York Times). Other productions, as both a composer and writer, include an adaptation of The Snow Spider with Io Theatre Company, and Watford Palace Theatre’s production of Lysistrata. His debut novel, More Tea, Jesus?, was published as an e-book last year.

Short film credits


A Cake for Jim Broadbent

United Kingdom | Mar 2012 | 5:24
When Chantelle Dupont sends Jim Broadbent a cake, an unexpected friendship blossoms - but how long can it last?
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