Currently alive, at 77 years of age.
1938 – She born on the 3rd day of September this year in London, England.
1961 – She married David Harter, a lawyer from Oxford.
1972 – She wrote Owners, her first stage play.
1974 – She served as resident dramatist at the Royal Court Theatre from this year up to 1975.
1978 – She has written television plays for the BBC, including “The After Dinner Joke”.
1979 – Her first play to receive wide notice was Cloud Nine.
1994 – She utilizes an associative dream logic, which some critics found to be nonsensical.
2006 – Her latest play, “Drunk Enough to Say I Love You.” takes a critical look at what she sees as the submissiveness of Britain to America in foreign policy.