John Osborne is a writer and theatre maker based in Norwich. His first show John Peel’s Shed was a cult hit at the 2011 Edinburgh fringe, and was adapted for BBC Radio 4. In 2015 After Hours, the sitcom about music and radio he created with Molly Naylor was broadcast on Sky 1. It starred Jaime Winstone, Ardal O’Hanlon and was directed by Craig Cash. His poetry has been published in The Guardian, The Big Issue and The Spectator. You’re in a Bad Way is his fourth theatre show, which he’s taking up to the Edinburgh festival this year.
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