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Graham Whitlock

Young Adult writer
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Graham Whitlock

Young Adult writer

Graham Whitlock is a writer and local instigator who is hopelessly in love with London. He edited the Dev and Olli children’s books by Shweta Aggarwal and his critically acclaimed writing for the stage includes adapting the Shane Meadows film 24/7 and the Ealing Studios comedy Passport to Pimlico, the UKs first immersive musical.

Graham is proud to have helped found and run award-winning charity DreamArts transforming young lives fusing arts and therapy and feels lucky to work with thousands of young people living in some of the most deprived parts of London, helping them share their stories, express themselves and achieve their potential.

You can visit Graham online at www.grahamwhitlock.com or on Facebook or Instagram (@CrystalPalaceChronicles)

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