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Film Hub North X Scratch Me: Writing Characters We Hate to Love with Jeremy Dyson
The League of Gentlemen’s Jeremy Dyson will talk about Writing Characters We Hate to Love on Wednesday 6 July via Zoom. 'From Vilanelle to the citizens of Royston Vasey Jeremy Dyson has written for some of the most iconic TV characters to hit our screens. But why do we love despicable characters? And how do you walk that balance between likable and unlikeable? We'll be chatting to Jeremy about how he approaches writing character, how you create empathy and dimension in characters we hate to love.

Jul 6, 2022 06:00 PM in London

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Jeremy Dyson
Jeremy Dyson is best known as the co-creator and co-writer of the multi-award-winning comedy show The League of Gentlemen. Aside from The League he was co-creator/writer of the BAFTA-nominated comedy drama Funland and the Rose-d’or winning all female sketch show Psychobitches. His play Ghost Stories, co-written with Andy Nyman was nominated for an Olivier award, and has enjoyed three separate West End runs since debuting in 2010, together with international productions in Toronto, Moscow, Sydney, Shanghai, Finland, Holland and Peru. The film version of Ghost Stories, written and directed by Andy and Jeremy won the Fangoria Chainsaw Award for best debut feature in 2019. In addition, Jeremy has worked as script editor on many award-winning TV comedies including The Armstrong and Miller Show, Grandma’s House, The Wrong Mans, Bad Education, Tracey Ullman’s Show and We are Ladyparts. He has also written for Killing Eve and the up-coming Good Omens 2.