Aliya Gulamani, deaf playwright, accepted to the Royal Court’s prestigious Young Writer’s Programme

Aliya Gulamani, deaf playwright, accepted to the Royal Court's prestigious Young Writer's ProgrammeAliya Gulamani is a young deaf playwright who has recently been accepted to the Royal Court’s prestigious Young Writer’s Programme, after two years as a member of Deafinitely Theatre’s young writers group.

When did you first start writing? I started writing poetry when I was 8 or 9 years old, and I’ve loved writing short stories for as long as I can remember. My venture into playwriting began when I joined Deafinitely Theatre’s ‘Deafinitely Creative’ group.

How did that help you? The course taught us how to observe the world to feed our imagination

More: Interview with Aliya Gulamani « Diary of a Fingerspeller.

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