Articulate logo.Articulate is supported by Deutsche Bank. Click here to visit their website. Click here for The National Gallery website.
Click here for Homepage.   Diane Samuels
Click here for Articulate Projects page.
Click here for Feedback.
Click here for Contact Us.
Diane Samuels was born and raised in Liverpool. She currently lives in London where she has been writing extensively as a playwright and author since the early 1990s. Her play Kindertransport won the Verity Bargate and Meyer-Whitworth Awards and has been translated into many languages, performed in the West End, Off Broadway and all over the world. Her other plays include The True-Life Fiction of Mata Hari, Cinderella's Daughter, and "3 Sisters on Hope Street". Photo of Diane Samuels.
Diane has also written widely for BBC radio and for younger audiences, having a long association with the Unicorn Theatre. She also teaches creative writing and drama and was Pearson Creative Research Fellow at the British Library in 2005. She is currently writer-in-residence at Grafton Primary School in north London and a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Westminster.

Image of quote from Sherry's story.Click here for Sherry's story.
Image of quote from Diane's story.Click here for Diane's story.
Image of student.Click here for Student Responses.
Image of 'An Experiment on a Bird in an Air Pump' by Joseph Wright of Derby, 1768. Click here for About the Painting.
Other links:
More about Sherry Ashworth
More about Diane Samuels