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Shelagh Delaney

Screenwriter, Playwright
25 November 1939 to 20 November 2011

Writing her best known work at the age of 18, Delaney subsequently won a BAFTA – shared with Tony Richardson – for her adaption A Taste of Honey (1961). She also wrote the screenplays for such films as Charlie Bubbles (1968), Dance With A Stranger (1984) and The Railway Station Man (1992).

- Read Shelagh Delaney's Guardian Obituary
- Read Sheila Delaney's Telegraph Obituary