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Coping Ugly - Christina Bevan - Playwright - Screenwriter - Scriptwriting - TV Writer - Producer - Christina Louise Bevan - Writer
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Welcome to the inner workings of Christina Bevan’s mind.

Christina Bevan is a writer of many trades, who spends her days arranging international shoots for a small start-up production company in London and her nights frantically writing lyrics or scenes.

Her first TV script, 31-10, was long-listed by the BBC Writersroom in 2014. Having completed a degree in Applied Languages and Translation, working in the creative industries became Christina’s top priority.

Since graduating from Heriot-Watt University, Christina has restructured 31-10 and developed numerous film, radio and theatre projects including a TV adaptation of the Little Mermaid through the eyes of the Sea Witch.

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