A brief biography of Aimée Stuart 

 JEANNIE  by Aimée Stuart was produced by New Shoes Theatre in association with the Finborough Theatre from  November 27th to Dec 22 2018. 

Playwright Aimée Stuart (1886-1981) was born in Glasgow. She first came to prominence when she wrote the passionate memoir, An Airman’s Wife (1918). Two further novels were published before she began to write plays with Philip Stuart including Nine Till Six (1930). Jeannie (1936) was the first play she wrote after his early death, followed by a string of further hits including the almost-openly lesbian play Love of Women (1937) and Lace On Her Petticoat (1951). Many of her plays were made into films, and she also wrote additional dialogue for a number of acclaimed films including Leslie Howard’s The Gentle Sex (1943) and The Wicked Lady (1945). A fuller biography of Aimée Stuart is included in the playtext which you can buy contact us.

Jeannie was presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.