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No Text ­Hello and welcome to my web site. It was created to celebrate the publication of my novel
The Angels of Mona Terrace (Priory Press).­


Here you will be able to find out everything you need to know about the book including why I chose the settings of Manchester and the Isle of Man. You'll also be able to read the first page and find out how to buy a copy.


My one-act play, You're Never Too Old, has now completed its tour. Thanks to everyone involved who made it a great success. I hope we can do it again sometime. This is me outside Stockport Plaza with General Manager, Ted Doan (under the watchful eye of Aidan the doorman).

I've also co-written a family show, Hubbard's Cupboards. Tour details for 2016 will be announced here as soon as dates have been confirmed.

There's also information on here about my Courageous Cats books and about the talks I'm able to give at schools and libraries etc. So please have a look around.

Thanks for visiting. If you would like to get in touch please use the e-mail address at the bottom of the page.

Photo by Warty.­­




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No Text My one-act play, You're Never Too Old, (starring Diane Keen and Graham Cole) toured throughout the autumn of 2015.



The play received three FOUR STAR reviews in Edinburgh in 2014 and another in Bury St Edmunds....



"The story that emerges is sad, funny and bittersweet. Steve Wood’s script is subtle, full of telling detail and turns of phrase – think Alan Bennett or Victoria Wood."

Originally published in The Scotsman

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"As first plays go, You're Never Too Old, is something of a corker."

"Steve Wood has devised a wry comedy for two actors of a certain age"

Originally published in What's On Stage

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"Steve Wood’s writing is funny, empathetic and heart warming."

Originally published in Edinburgh Spotlight

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