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His latest, Cock (Royal Court, 2009), was given an experimental production, directed by James Macdonald.
Bean, Richard A son of Hull (b 1956), the prolific Bean's trademark at first was gritty work plays (with loads of hairy male casts) - Toast (Royal Court, 1999) and Under the Whaleback (Royal Court, 2003) - but he also excelled in politically incorrect black comedy: The Mentalists (National, 2002), The God Botherers (Bush, 2003) and Honeymoon Suite (Royal Court, 2004).
Bean's typically acerbic humour and epic vision characterised his England People Very Nice (National, 2009), one of the most controversial plays of the year. Bent, Simon Bent's succinct and economical style, coupled with his careful use of ambiguity, have led to him being labelled a Bondist, with his Accomplices (Sheffield, 2000) being directly compared to Edward Bond's Saved.
Bent's other works - including Bad Company (Bush, 1994), Goldhawk Road, Sugar, Sugar, The Associate (National, 2002) and The Country of the Blind (Gate, 2002) - all demonstrate these qualities, as well as a striking humanity.
He also adapted Spanish auteur Pedro Almadovar's 1999 film All About My Mother (Old Vic, 2007). Feminist playwright who is also great fun, Adshead emerged in the 1980s with hard-hitting plays such as Thatcher's Women (Tricycle, 1987).Her 2004 follow-up, Behzti (Dishonour) at Birmingham Rep was the biggest new writing cause celebre since Sarah Kane's Blasted.Militant action by local Sikhs, reportedly offended by its portrayal of sexual corruption inside a temple, forced its early closure. Family tensions and the power of the past run through much of Blakeman's output.He has also developed as a prime adaptor of novels and books.His stage version of A Prayer for Owen Meaney (National, 2002), was followed by the Scandinavian novel Elling (2007), which was a big hit for the Bush, and transferred to the West End.