Graham Farrow is an award winning, playwright, screenwriter, novelist and journalist from Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England.
His first novel, Speak no Evil, received a Commonwealth Writers Prize nomination in 1989 and he has received numerous awards and commendations for his short stories.
His first play, Hair of the Dog was premièred in 1990 and revived in London to great acclaim eight years later.
Further plays include, Down amongst the Dead Men (London, 1993), The Boys are Back in Town (Salisbury, 1994), Lake of Fire (Lansing, Michigan, 2005), Pure Morning (Indianapolis, 2009), Stay with me till Dawn, (London, 2010) and Still, (Chicago, 2013), Every Breath you Take (Lansing 2016).
His two most famous and most produced plays, Talk about the Passion and Rattlesnakes are both published by Methuen and are multi award winners, critically acclaimed and produced globally.
Rattlesnakes is in development as a motion picture with Amedume Films of London and will be filmed later this year in Los Angeles.
Talk about the Passion has been recently translated into French for a Paris première later next year and is currently in development as a motion picture with Bigger Pictures Film Company.
Talk about the Passion will receive it’s Asian premiere in Istanbul in November 2018, starring and directed by celebrated Turkish actor, Emre Kinay.
His stage play, Every Breath you Take, is to be made into a feature film by AEON studios, Paris in 2019.