Sally Lewis is both a playwright and a best-selling author (she was a contributor to Danny Boyle's Winter Shuffle). Her previous Fringe play – How Is Uncle John, which was based on the topic of international sex trafficking – received reviews such as:
"Sally Lewis' script is nuanced and powerful... a painful and chilling play about a very difficult topic, handled with the utmost care and sensitivity." Broadway Baby
"touching two-hander" The Scotsman
"Kudos must go to both the writer Sally Lewis and director Ben Mills for tackling such a difficult subject at the Fringe, as well as the two actresses for treating it with the appropriate pathos, respect and humanity." TV Bomb
"An important topic, strong writing and excellent performers" FringeReview
In addition to her work as a playwright, Sally has written a number of books on health, fitness and well-being. She is also a fitness instructor and UK Athletics running coach.
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