D.J.Britton, Director of Studies in Creative Writing at Swansea University, is an award-winning dramatist, director and dramaturge.
His recent stage plays include the much acclaimed 'The Wizard, the Goat and the Man Who Won the War', drawn from the life of British Prime Minister David Lloyd George which received three nominations at the Wales Theatre Awards.
David moved to Wales from Australia, where he headed the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s radio drama department.
His work now features regularly on the BBC: Most recently his dramatisation of 'The White Guard', adapted from Mikhail Bulgakov’s novel, gave a new perspective on the current troubles in Ukraine.
His Australian stage credits include 'Cargo' (Swan Gold Award, Play of the Year) and his co-adaptation of Elizabeth Jolley’s 'The Newspaper of Claremont Street', whilst his epic theatre work 'Plainsong' was a major hit at the Millennium Perth International Festival of the Arts, winning the Equity Award for Production of the Year.