200 Club Winners 2022November 14, 2022
NEXT OPEN DAYFebruary 10, 2023
The Scottish Jewish Archives Centre are delighted to present our next in person Speaker and Bagel Brunch on Sunday 5th March 2023 at 12 Noon.
Venue: Glasgow Maccabi
FROM THE AVROM GREENBAUM PLAYERS TO THE WEST END;
A THEATRICAL JOURNEY
Alan’s theatrical journey began with his parents, Maxwell and Judy Brodie who were stalwarts of the Avrom Greenbaum Players.
Alan is currently a London West End literary agent representing many award-winning playwrights for theatre, film, television and radio. His pioneering work with Literary Estates has led him to manage the estates of many high-profile dramatists including Noel Coward, for whom he manages an extensive archive. As a law student, Alan was a director with the Edinburgh University Theatre Company before moving to London where he began work at a dramatists’ play agency, before setting up his own company, Alan Brodie Representation, in 1997. Alan will speak about his journey from growing up in Glasgow to his work in the West End, Broadway and beyond and illustrate his talk with some unique items from the Coward archive.
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Tickets include tea and bagel brunch:
Friend of SJAC £17.50; Other £20.00
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