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Fluent German speaker. Jules' degree is in German and French, and she have worked as a German government translator and Swiss radio journalist. She lived for five years in Germany, two in Switzerland. She is also a Borderer and speaks Scots.
Jules Horne is a Scottish playwright and fiction writer from the Borders, with two Edinburgh Fringe Firsts for her stage writing.
Jules Horne's performed plays include Handfast (Nutshell Theatre); Edinburgh Fringe First winners Allotment and Thread (both Nutshell Theatre); Scape (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland); Gorgeous Avatar (Traverse); The Wife of Usher's Well (Quondam Theatre); Come to Where I'm From (Paines Plough).
Radio plays include Macmillan's Marvellous Motion Machine (BBC Radio 4/Catherine Bailey Ltd); Life: An Audio Tour (BBC Radio 4/Catherine Bailey Ltd); Overdue South (BBC Scotland/Traverse); Inner Critic (BBC Radio 7/4 Extra); Left at the Lights (BBC Scotland); Island Blue: A Place in the Rain (BBC Radio 4).
In 2014, she scripted and directed her first film I Still Love You Really for the National Theatre of Scotland's 5 Minute Theatre Yes, No, Don't Know Show. She has also written song lyrics, and collaborated with composer Suzanne Parry on the Scottish Chamber Orchestra commission, Three Border Songs.
Jules teaches part-time with the Open University, and was part of the course writing team for the OU MA in Creative Writing. She is delighted to be an Associate Playwright with Playwrights' Studio Scotland, and helps to deliver their Borders Playwriting Programme.