Florence Foster Jenkins
The remarkable story of America's best-known - and least-talented - soprano, Florence Foster Jenkins, tieing-in with the major feature film starring Meryl Streep
Nicholas Martin has worked as a croupier, a labourer, a bouncer and a barman. In his early twenties he worked at sea as a deck hand and later as a yacht captain. He then worked as a journalist, contributing to The Sunday Times, the Guardian and various magazines, before graduating from the National Film and Television School as a screenwriting 1992. He wrote extensively for TV before writing Florence Foster Jenkins for Pathe. He lives in London. Jasper Rees is an arts journalist and author who has contributed regularly to many British publications. His books include I Found My Horn: One Man's Struggle with the Orchestra's Most Difficult Instrument (published as A Devil to Play in the US) and Bred of Heaven: One Man's Quest to Reclaim His Welsh Roots. He lives in London.