Trevor Baxter (Estate)

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Film, TV & Theatre

Trevor's play EDITH GROVE was presented in the Studio Theatre, Coventry. (The Belgrade Theatre Company in association with Bill Freedman Ltd.) It was then bought by Knightsbridge Productions for subsequent presentation in London under the title of LIES at the Albery Theatre. In 1979 his play THE UNDERTAKING was premiered at the Greenwich Theatre before its tour and subsequent run at the Fortune Theatre, London. His play for television THE LAST EVEN SONG was transmitted on BBC1 in 1985.

Trevor's plays RIPPING THEM OFF and THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY were produced at the Croydon Warehouse, THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT at the Thorndike Theatre and FAMILY VIEWING was premiered at the Kings Head, Islington.

DORIAN GRAY (then named DORIAN ) opened in 2001 at Theatre Royal Windsor and returned there in August 2003 prior to a National Tour.DARK CORNERS opened at Windsor in April 2002. OFFICE GAMES opened on 23 April 2003 at the Pleasance Theatre London, produced by Bill Kenwright. Another Oscar Wilde adaptation LORD ARTHUR SAVILE'S CRIME tours in spring /summer 2005.

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APPETITE

Windsor

DARK CORNERS

Windsor

DARK CORNERS

Windsor and UK tour autumn 2003

FAMILY VIEWING

King's Head , Islington

LIES

Coventry/Albery

LORD ARTHUR SAVILE'S CRIME

UK tour

OFFICE GAMES

The Pleasance

RIPPING THEM OFF

Croydon Warehouse

THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT

Leatherhead

THE UNDERTAKING

Greenwich, Touring, Fortune Theatre

THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY

Croydon Warehouse