Julius is an Olivier award-winning theatre producer and a Fellow of the Birkbeck Centre for Contemporary Theatre, University of London. He presented the 2001 Agatha Christie Theatre Festival (a twelve week season of Christie's complete stage works as then known), and in 2006 he founded the Agatha Christie Theatre Company for Bill Kenwright Ltd. In 2012 he was invited to write the introduction to HarperCollins' sixtieth anniversary edition of The Mousetrap and Other Plays, and in 2015 HarperCollins published his book Agatha Christie; A Life in Theatre. The leading authority on Christie's work as a dramatist, his numerous appearances as a speaker on the subject include the Oxford Literary Festival, the International Agatha Christie Festival in Torquay and the Cambridge Agatha Christie Conference. A revised and updated edition of Agatha Christie; A Life in Theatre was published in paperback in April 2018, and he is also the author of How To Produce A West End Show (Oberon Books, 2012) and a regular columnist for The Stage newspaper. He lives in Cambridge.
The award-winning theatre producer and author Julius Green joins ben cooper-muir to discuss agatha christie's life in the theatre.