Imad Farajin has worked as an actor for nine years and started writing plays in 2002. He studied acting at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. He performed in Al Kasaba Theatre’s Alive from Palestine: Stories Under Occupation, which was devised by the company and has toured throughout the world. In 2007, he won the Qattan Foundation’s Young Writer’s Award for his play Chaos. His play 603 was presented as a staged reading at the Royal Court Theatre in November 2008 and at Al Balad Theatre in Amman, Jordan, in February 2009. Since then, a production of 603, directed by Manal Awad, has toured various theatres in the West Bank, as well as Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Imad also writes extensively for television.

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