Jonathan Hall is a playwright and teacher; his plays have been staged at the Edinburgh Fringe, The Chelsea Theatre and the Bush Theatre. He works with new writing and fringe theatre in the West Yorkshire area and is co-chair of Script Yorkshire, an organisation that supports and develops local writers.
Jonathan Hall reviews Kes by Robert Alan Evans based on the novel by Barry Hines now playing at Leeds Playhouse.
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