Winsome Pinnock

Standard Name: Pinnock, Winsome
WP is a contemporary Black British playwright, who writes for television and radio as well as the stage, and a teacher of creative writing. Her first play was produced in 1987.


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Anthologization Sarah Daniels
SD 's Taking Breath was included (along with plays by Winsome Pinnock , Dario Fo , and Alan Ayckbourn ) in New Connections 99: New Plays for Young People.
Drake, Nick et al. “Introduction, editorial materials”. New Connections 99. New Plays for Young People, Faber and Faber, pp. vii - xiii, 602.


About October 1973: The Women's Theatre Group (still in being...

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About October 1973

The Women's Theatre Group (still in being as the Sphinx Theatre Company ) was founded in London as a feminist and socialist theatre group; its twin organization the Women's Theatre Company proved short-lived.


Pinnock, Winsome. “A Hero’s Welcome”. Six Plays by Black and Asian Women, edited by Khadija George, Aurora Metro Press, 1993.
Pinnock, Winsome. “A Rock in Water”. Black Plays: Two, edited by Yvonne Brewster, Methuen, 1989.
Pinnock, Winsome. “Can You Keep a Secret?”. New Connections 99: New Plays for Young People, edited by Nick Drake et al., Faber and Faber, 1999.
Pinnock, Winsome. “Education should be a right for all”.
Pinnock, Winsome. “IDP”. How Long Is Never? Darfur - A Response, Josef Weinberger Plays, 2007.
Pinnock, Winsome. “Leave Taking”. First Run: New Plays by New Writers, edited by Kate Harwood, Nick Hern Books, 1989, pp. 139-89.
Pinnock, Winsome. Mules. Faber and Faber, 1996.
Pinnock, Winsome. One Under. Faber and Faber, 2005.
Pinnock, Winsome. “Taken”. Charged: Six Plays, Nick Hern, 2010, pp. 57-80.
Pinnock, Winsome. “Talking in Tongues”. Black Plays: Three, edited by Yvonne Brewster, Methuen Drama, pp. 171-27.
Pinnock, Winsome. “The Alfred Fagon awards: the best of black British playwriting?”.