Juliet Gilkes Romero wins the Alfred Fagon Award for Best New Play of 2020.
‘My responsibility is to tell powerful stories that can carry an audience’
HighTide launches three-month workshop programme for minority ethnic playwrights
Juliet has joined a major new project to be produced this autumn.
Juliet tells John Byrne how she moved from journalism into full-time writing.
The BBC asks Juliet why this story is so important to tell.
The RSC have release The Whip production photos, view the gallery here.
Juliet Gilkes Romero reveals the shameful history that inspired her play The Whip opening at RSC on 1st February.
Rehearsals have started for The Whip by Juliet Gilkes Romero. Now you can meet the team that will be bringing the play to life.
The recipient of this year’s Roland Rees Bursary, named in honour of the co-founder of the Alfred Fagon Award and leading theatre director from the 1970s and 1980s, is Juliet Gilkes Romero.