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Peter Gill started work as an actor, both on stage and on film, but soon changed his career to directing and playwriting. He is considered to be one of the most important directors of the last thirty years, beginning with ground-breaking productions of plays by D H Lawrence, Heathcote Williams, and Joe Orton at the Royal Court Theatre, where he was Assistant Director and an Associate Director. In 1984, he founded the National Theatre Studio. His plays include The Sleepers Den (Royal Court, 1965), Over Gardens Out (Royal Court, 1968), Small Change (Royal Court, 1976), Kick for Touch (Royal National Theatre, 1983), Cardiff East (Royal National Theatre, 1997), Certain Young Men (Almeida Theatre, 1999), The York Realist (English Touring Theatre, 2001) and Original Sin (Sheffield, 2002).

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