Yaz & Haz Al-Shaater

Yacein and Haroun Al-Shaater are an anglo-Egyptian writing and directing duo. Having lived all over Europe, the brothers have been … more →

Andrew Alty

Andrew Alty has written extensively for theatre, radio and television. His first play, The Left-over Heart won the Charringtons Award … more →

Mark Andrew

Mark Andrew is a screenwriter, producer and story consultant. Mark was co-creator, executive producer and writer on the highly acclaimed … more →

Sallie Aprahamian

Sallie Aprahamian has been directing television for close to three decades. Sallie recently directed three episodes of Domina S2 (Tiger … more →

Indra Bhose

Indra Bhose was born in Scotland, brought up in India and then moved to exotic Hertfordshire. And he’s not remotely … more →

Helen Black

Helen was born and raised in Pontefract West Yorkshire. She ignored everyone’s advice, studied law at Hull university and practised … more →

Piers Black

Piers Black is a writer and director, and a co-founder of Ransack Theatre, a multi award-winning company based in Salford. … more →

Mark Brotherhood

Mark Brotherhood’s first original 60’ series, The Trouble with Maggie Cole for ITV Comedy/Genial Productions starring Dawn French and Mark Heap TX’d in … more →

Paul Campbell

Paul Campbell is a screenwriter, and a graduate of the BBC’s Drama Writers’ Academy. Born in Canterbury in 1966, he … more →

Tom Connolly

Tom is a screenwriter, director and novelist. Tom has two new feature screenplays, 9 x 9 and Refugee and two … more →

Ciara Conway

Ciara is a versatile BAFTA Scotland-nominated screenwriter, specialising in emotional family drama and issue-based stories. A story-lining veteran, Ciara spent … more →

Hugh Costello

Hugh Costello wrote the Emmy-nominated original screenplay for Bernard and Doris (HBO), starring Susan Sarandon and Ralph Fiennes and directed … more →

Peter Cox

Peter is perhaps best known as the writer of 227 episodes of the acclaimed Channel 4 drama serial, Brookside, between … more →

Clive Exton

Sadly, Clive died in August 2007. He will be remembered for many splendid works for television and film including the … more →

Kim Flitcroft

Kim is a writer and director who has worked extensively in both drama and documentary. His drama credits include The Bill, Inspector … more →

Gillian Freeman

Gillian Freeman was a novelist and writer for stage, screen and radio. She published thirteen novels including An Easter Egg … more →

Tessa Gibbs

  Tessa started her career in film and television as a receptionist at film distribution company Enterprise Pictures before moving … more →

Helen Greaves

Helen is currently writing a feature film supported by the BFI for Baby Cow, based on the book Crimson China and an … more →

Stephen Greenhorn

Stephen Greenhorn has been a professional dramatist for theatre, radio and television since 1989. His plays have been produced by … more →

Lucy Guy

Lucy’s background is in TV production, where she worked in development and as a script editor. Now she’s a writer, … more →

Patrick Harkins

Patrick started out as a propman working on the films of Danny Boyle, Terence Davies, Derek Jarman and Bill Forsyth … more →

Nancy Harris

Nancy Harris is an award-winning writer from Dublin who lives in London. Nancy was recently nominated for the BAFTA Writer … more →

Eoghan Harris

Eoghan lives in Ireland and was nominated by the Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern to Seanad Éireann in the 2007 election. He … more →

Tajinder Singh Hayer

Tajinder Singh Hayer was born in Bradford in 1980. He grew up there, but is now based in Walsall and … more →

Colin Hough

Born in Glasgow, Colin began writing in 1999 with Terminus, a short piece for The Skipton Little Theatre. Nan, his … more →

Alison Hume

  Currently, Alison is writing the first three scripts for Mrs Raffles, based on Rosie Milne’s book “Olivia & Sophia”, for 108 Media. She has … more →

Julia Kent

Julia is a BAFTA-nominated writer, working across sitcom, sketch and comedy drama. Recent projects include: Nova Jones, the new Helen Serafinowicz-created … more →

Jonny Kurzman

Since he could hold a pencil Jonny drew comics and he didn’t stop until he went to art college to … more →

Andrea Levy

Andrea Levy was a Londoner, who not only lived and worked in the city she loved but used London as … more →

Colin MacDonald

  Colin Macdonald has finished his sixth adaptation in the Shardlake series of historical mystery novels by C J Sansom, … more →

Jon Macqueen

  Jon is a writer and producer from London.  After years of working variously in cinemas and post-production facilities, Jon … more →

Lesley Manning

Lesley is best known for directing the seminal horror Ghostwatch which in 2017 Indiewire voted amongst the top 20 “Best British Horrors of … more →

Anu Menon

Anu graduated in 2007 from the London Film School with a rare distinction. She has since made four movies and … more →

Roy Mitchell

Roy writes for television, film and theatre. Roy’s new play Degenerate, about the German expressionist painter Emil Nolde and Billy … more →

Deborah Moggach

Deborah Moggach has written 20 novels and many screenplays. Her most recent novel, The Black Dress was published on 22 July 2021 … more →

Simon Moore

Simon Moore works as a writer and director in film, television and theatre. After studying drama at Hull University he … more →

John Morton

John is an actor, writer and filmmaker. John is the creator and writer of the TV series Dead Still, for which he … more →

Dan Muirden

Dan is developing original series The Juice (Cosmopolitan Pictures) and My Son (Seven Seas Films).  He has completed episodes for series 2 of Miss Scarlett … more →

Jeff Murphy

Jeff Murphy was a screenwriter, author and script consultant. A BAFTA winner for his work on the successful detective show … more →

Jan Needle

Jan has written widely across all fields from television to children’s theatre to literary criticism. A new edition of Wild … more →

Eva O’Connor

Eva O’Connor is an award-winning Irish writer and performer based in London. Eva is currently writing a new play, For … more →

Jonny O’Neill

  Jonny was born, raised, educated and is a proud product of the East End of London. Having enjoyed himself … more →

Mark Oswin

Mark Oswin has written on CBBC shows So Awkward, 4 O’Clock Club, Danger Mouse, Hank Zipzer, All At Sea, The Revolting World of … more →

Tom Parkinson

Tom has been a writer/director of Animation for the past 10 years, working predominantly for Aardman Animations in Bristol, and … more →

Nick Perry

Nick Perry’s first play Arrivederci Millwall won the 1986 Samuel Beckett Award and a film adaptation was broadcast on BBC2 in 1990. … more →

Nathaniel Price

Nathaniel is a writer for film, television, theatre and radio. He graduated from the National Film & Television School with … more →

Emma Pritchard

Emma is a playwright and screenwriter from Dorset. Original television projects in development include Starfields, pilot script commissioned by New … more →

Jane Prowse

Jane is a writer and director working in TV and theatre. She has recently completed the series outline and first episode … more →

Barry Purchese

Barry was one of the main writers on Grange Hill for series 9-15 and worked on many shows including Minder, … more →

Frank Rickarby

Born in Liverpool and now living in Brighton, it was Frank’s interest in history that led him into research work … more →

Abigail Rolling

Abigail has been chained to a radiator in her local Magistrates’ Court for almost thirty years, now working freelance as … more →

Hildegard Ryan

Hildegard is an award-winning writer/director with credits in stage and screen. In theatre, Hildegard has collaborated with Eva O’Connor and … more →

Joe Sellman-Leava

Joe is a writer of Anglo-Indian heritage, who grew up in Gloucestershire and Devon, on a diet of Roald Dahl … more →

Matt Sinclair

In 1977 Matt’s mum and dad took him to see Star Wars at the Empire Leicester Square and his tiny … more →

Meera Syal

  Meera Syal is a writer, novelist and performer best known for her screenplay for the film Bhaji on the Beach (BAFTA … more →

Delyth Thomas

Delyth recently directed the second block of new 8-part drama Then You Run for Kudos/Sky Studios. Other recent credits include … more →

Brian Trueman

Brian Trueman came to ‘show-biz’ early but late to writing. After a confusing career as character actor, newscaster, Granada TV … more →

Adam Usden

Adam Usden is an award-winning writer from Manchester, now based in London. Adam is currently writing on Lupin IV for Gaumont/Netflix, having recently completed … more →

Lou Wakefield

Lou is a writer, director and novelist. She is the co-writer of the very successful Ladies of Letters for Radio 4 starring Patricia … more →

Damian Wayling

Damian turned to scriptwriting after a career as a graphic designer and was Bafta-nominated for his first produced script. Damian’s … more →

Orlando Wells

Orlando Wells is an actor and playwright. His artist credits include The History Boys (UK Tour and West End), Pirandello’s Henry IV (Donmar Warehouse), A … more →

Colin Wyatt

Colin originally trained as an actor and had a varied career working with the RSC, Danny Boyle, Mike Leigh and … more →

Dan Zeff

Dan is a writer and director based in London. His work as a director includes single film The Queen and I adapted from the novel … more →