Phoebe Ladenburg

Phoebe Ladenburg is an actor, director and theatre-maker.

Her play Surrender, co-created with the playwright Sophie Swithinbank, was premiered at the Arcola Theatre, London, in 2024.


Khalid Laith

Khalid Laith is originally from Bahrain but trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Next to his acting work, he works as a translator, edits short films and composes music.

The House
Egyptian Products

Tabby Lamb

Tabby Lamb is a non-binary writer and performer. Their shows include: Happy Meal (Roots & Theatre Royal Plymouth tour, 2022); and Since U Been Gone, (Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2019).

Alongside their passion for writing, Tabby is a facilitator and runs creative arts projects for people from the LGBTQ+ community. They also founded Theatre Queers, and is an advocate for Trans Rights.

Happy Meal

David Lan

David Lan is a South African-born British playwright and theatre director. He has been Artistic Director of the Young Vic theatre in London since 2000.

A Mouthful of Birds

Tina Landau

Tina Landau is a noted director and playwright. Her musical Floyd Collins (with composer Adam Guettel) won an OBIE and the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical. She joined Steppenwolf in Chicago in 1997.

The Viewpoints Book

Harriet Lane

Harriet Lane is a British writer, author of the novels Alys, Always and Her.

Alys, Always

Oliver Lansley

Oliver Lansley writes for theatre, film and television. His plays have been seen at the Pleasance, Gilded Balloon and Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh, and at the Lyric Hammersmith and Charing Cross Theatre, amongst others.

Oliver Lansley

Bob Larbey

Robert Edward 'Bob' Larbey (1934–2014) was a writer best known for his work with John Esmonde. Esmonde and Larbey were the British television comedy scriptwriting partnership behind popular sitcoms during the 1970s and the 1980s such as Please Sir!, The Good Life, Get Some In!, Ever Decreasing Circles, and Brush Strokes.

The Good Life