It's said that Ayckbourn was moved to write Haunting Julia after witnessing the phenomenal success of The Woman In Black, Susan Hill's ghost story which was adapted for the stage and premiered at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough when he was its artistic director.
What does SJT stand for?
SJT stands for Stephen Joseph Theatre (UK)
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Her career has seen her work with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Frantic Assembly, National Theatre Wales, The Old Vic, The Bush, Regent's Park, Opera Holland Park, English National Opera, Cheltenham Everyman, Stephen Joseph Theatre, ThickSkin and Stand+Stare.
An anniversary production of the show is also running at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, Alan Ayckbourn's home base.
He started in the theatre and has had a long association with the Stephen Joseph Theatre, in Scarborough as well as appearing in more than 100 radio plays.
He is artistic director at Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough and has played an important part in boosting the town's cultural regeneration.
Ayckbourn has been running the Stephen Joseph Theatre there since 1971, and the majority of his renowned plays began in the Scarborough theater and went on to the West End and the National Theatre.
The Stephen Joseph Theatre, which hosts the productions, has two theatres and a cinema and is hugely popular with holidaymakers visiting this pretty North Yorkshire resort.
A few years later he was writer in residence at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough where he told the director, Robin Herford, about the novel which had so impressed.