Henry Livings

After two years at Liverpool University and a stint in the RAF, Henry Livings took to the boards. Provincial rep was followed by a formative period as an actor with Joan Littlewood’s Theatre Workshop.  His television work included a minor role in Coronation Street, still remembered by friends who call for the return of Our Lily’s Wilf. He also played an important part in Alfred Bradley’s Northern Drift, a showcase for new writers in the North of England. His writings for stage includes 'Stop It Whoever You Are', 'Eh?',  'Big Soft Nelly', 'Nil Carborundum',  'Honour and Offer', 'The Little Mrs Foster show', 'The ffinest ffamily in the Land', 'Don’t Touch Him He Might Not Like It' and 'Stop the Children’s Laughter'.

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