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Raffle, Diana

Diana Raffle

Diana Raffle

Diana spent the majority of her life in Maidstone, the county town of Kent in England. Although she always had an interest in theatre and writing, it wasn't until 1996, when she joined a local theatre company that she realised she had a talent for writing plays. 

Diana began to write plays for The Willington Players to perform and in 2002, her first one act play, 'Blue Suede Blues' was published. This success encouraged her to write many more one-act and full length plays, many of which have been performed widely. In total, she managed to write 22 plays, a children's novel and four nativity plays.

 Diana wrote with the amateur theatre in mind. Having been fortunate enough to have worked with amateur groups in Maidstone, Diana realised that such groups are always seeking plays that can be cast easily. She endeavoured to write plays that were as entertaining as possible. She also recognised that many ladies dislike the fact that they don't seem to get many of the laughs in farces.

Sadly, Diana lost her battle with breast cancer in November 2007, aged just 41. Ironically, she died during the week when The Willington Players were performing her last farce (Round The Houses).

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