Ursula Jones
Ursula Jones

Ursula trained as an actress at RADA and after starting work, began writing stories and plays, including seventeen plays for children (written under pen names), all of which played in London theatres. When very young and strong, she helped create, and played a part in, a show for three actors who set out on a self-funded tour of Europe and parts of Asia (living in tents!) for the benefit of children in the care of UNESCO. She now lives in Cornwall with a dog called Beatrice, who has more the look of a hairy marrow than a dog.

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URSULA JONES

Ursula trained as an actress at RADA and after starting work, began writing stories and plays, including seventeen plays for children (written under pen names), all of which played in London theatres. When very young and strong, she helped create, and played a part in, a show for three actors who set out on a self-funded tour of Europe and parts of Asia (living in tents!) for the benefit of children in the care of UNESCO. She now lives in Cornwall with a dog called Beatrice, who has more the look of a hairy marrow than a dog.

Ursula Jones

The Sleeping Beauty

The Princess Who had No Fortune

The Witch's Children

The Princess Who Had No Kingdom

The Young Stars

Beauty and the Beast