Known for such poetic, experimental, and violent dramas as Blasted and 4.48 Psychosis, this past due 20th-century British playwright also penned a racial-violence-themed short film titled Pores and skin. She earned a qualification in theatre from Bristol College or university and subsequently researched dramatic writing in the College or university of Birmingham. Her 1st play, Blasted, premiered in 1995 at London’s Royal Courtroom Theatre Upstairs. Experiencing severe major depression, she dedicated suicide at age twenty-eight. She was created in Essex, Britain, to evangelical Christian parents. Her function was praised by her modern and fellow British playwright, Tag Ravenhill.