Christine Moran trained originally at East 15 Acting School and the London Centre for Theatre Studies. Her second play Amelia and The Man came 2nd in a national playwriting competition in 1995 and was subsequently published under her maiden name, Christine Lang. She has written a number of other plays which have been produced at South Hill Park in Bracknell, Progress Theatre in Reading and as part of Reading Fringe Festival, where she has appeared in her own plays, Getting Over Steven, Reflections and the original 2018 version of Do My Boobs Look Big In This? Getting Over Steven won the Reading Post Pick of the Fringe Award at Reading Fringe in 2014. Chris is an experienced director and actor with credits too numerous to mention. Favourite on-stage roles include Truvy in Steel Magnolias, Ophelia in Hamlet, the title role in The Woman Who Cooked her Husband and the WI Chairwoman in Calendar Girls, as well as appearing as Nursie in Blackadder II at Reading Hexagon and in Liz Carroll’s play in SH!T at the Camden Fringe. She is delighted to be taking the updated version of Do My Boobs Look Big In This? on tour to various Fringe Festivals this year, and would like to thank everyone who shared their stories with her during the creation of this show.