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Mila applies for a bartending job in the new hipster bar ‘The Pound’. As she prepares for her interview, she uncovers it’s dark history which, in turn, unravels her own life.


Such is Life

Kerry Wright is a writer and theatre-maker based in Keighley, West Yorkshire. Originally from Kent, she studied MA Writing for Performance at the University of Leeds before settling in Bradford a few years ago.

Kerry was selected for BBC Writersroom Northern Voices 2022 and currently a writer on Filmakers25 in association with Bradford Council, SkillShare and Channel 4.

For theatre, she has previously secured funding from Leeds Council, Bradford Producing Hub and Arts Council England. Furthermore, Kerry was the recipient of the Live Theatre bursary which led to a rehearsed reading of KAILEY at Live Theatre’s Elevator Festival ’22. In 2020, Kerry was awarded an Arts Council DYCP grant to explore working-class female voices within her writing. She was a writer on Freedom Studios' Street Voices 8 where her short play POUND TWENTY was part of a live streamed sharing.

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