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Rachel Harper

Rachel Harper is a writer and actor born and raised in Wrexham, North Wales. Her debut full-length play Rattled ran at the Old Red Lion, London, in 2019 earning her an OFFIE nomination. Since then, she has gone on to write original comedy for BBC Wales, has several comedy dramas commissioned to pilot with various independents, and has written many episodes of the BBC medical drama Casualty. Her play Wellington 24 was first performed by the students at Lady Eleanor Holles School in Hampton, as part of the Write the Girl project.

Rachel Harper
Wellington 24

Alan Harris

Alan Harris is a playwright and librettist. His plays include: For All I Care (National Theatre of Wales, 2018); Sugar Baby (Dirty Protest, 2017); How My Light Is Spent (Royal Exchange, Manchester / Sherman Theatre / Theatre by the Lake, Keswick, 2017; winner of the Judges’ Award at the 2015 Bruntwood Prize); Love, Lies and Taxidermy (Paines Plough UK tour, 2016); The Opportunity of Efficiency (New National Theatre Tokyo/National Theatre Wales); The Magic Toyshop (Invisible Ink/Theatr Iolo); The Future for Beginners (liveartshow/Wales Millennium Centre); A Good Night Out in the Valleys (National Theatre Wales); Re-Set (Mess Up The Mess); Marsha (Capital Fringe, Washington DC); Cardboard Dad (Sherman Cymru); Miss Brown To You (Hijinx Theatre); Orange (Sgript Cymru); Come To Where I’m From (Paines Plough). He has also written radio plays for BBC Radio 4 and Radio 3.

Libretti include: Marsha: A Girl Who Does Bad Things (liveartshow/Arcola Grimeborn Festival); The Hidden Valley (Birdsong Opera/Welsh National Opera/Tête à Tête Opera Festival); The Journey (Welsh National Opera); Rhinegold, Manga Sister (liveartshow/The Yard, London).

Alan Harris
Love, Lies and Taxidermy
How My Light Is Spent
Sugar Baby
For All I Care
For The Grace Of You Go I

Aleshea Harris

Aleshea Harris is an American playwright, spoken word artist, author, educator, actor, performer, and screenwriter. Her plays include Is God Is (Soho Rep, 2018; Royal Court, London, 2021; winner of the 2016 American Playwriting Foundation's Relentless Award and the 2017 Obie Award for Playwriting) and What to Send Up When It Goes Down (The Movement Theatre Company, 2018).

Is God Is
Is God Is / What to Send Up When It Goes Down

Dave Harris

Dave Harris is a poet, playwright and screenwriter from West Philadelphia. His plays include Tambo & Bones (Playwrights Horizons, Center Theatre Group, 2022; Theatre Royal Stratford East, 2023); Exception to the Rule (Roundabout Theatre Company, 2022); Incendiary (Woolly Mammoth 2023) and Everybody Black (Humana Festival, 2019).

His first feature film, Summertime, premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

Tambo & Bones

Jeremy O. Harris

Jeremy O. Harris is a playwright, screenwriter, essayist, and actor. His plays include Slave Play; "Daddy" A Melodrama; Xander Xyst, Dragon: 1; and 'WATER SPORTS'; or insignificant white boys. He co-wrote A24's film Zola with director Janicza Bravo.

Slave Play
Slave Play
"Daddy": A Melodrama
Slave Play

Nancy Harris

Nancy Harris is a playwright and screenwriter from Dublin who lives in London. Her plays include: Somewhere Out There You (Abbey Theatre Dublin, 2023); Two Ladies (Bridge Theatre, London, 2019); The Beacon (Druid, 2019); The Red Shoes, after Hans Christian Andersen (Gate Theatre, Dublin, 2017); Our New Girl (Bush Theatre, London, 2012); and No Romance (Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2011).

No Romance
Our New Girl
Little Dolls
Love in a Glass Jar
The Red Shoes
The Beacon
Two Ladies
Somewhere Out There You

Robert Harris

Robert Harris is a bestselling author whose novels include: The Cicero Trilogy (Imperium, Lustrum and Dictator), Fatherland, Enigma, Archangel, Pompeii, The Ghost, The Fear Index, An Officer and a Spy, which won four prizes including the Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, and Conclave. Several of his books have been filmed, including The Ghost, which was directed by Roman Polanski. His work has been translated into thirty-seven languages and he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

Robert Harris
Imperium: The Cicero Plays

Zinnie Harris

Zinnie Harris is a playwright and theatre director whose work has been staged by the National Theatre, the RSC and the Traverse, amongst others.

Women, Power and Politics: Now
The Panel
Snatches: Moments from 100 Years of Women's Lives

David Harrower

David Harrower is a Scottish playwright whose plays include Knives in Hens, Blackbird, A Slow Air and Good with People.

Scottish Shorts
54% Acrylic

Matt Hartley

Matt Hartley grew up in the Peak District and studied drama at the University of Hull. His first play Sixty Five Miles won a Bruntwood Award in the inaugural Bruntwood Competition and was produced by Paines Plough/Hull Truck in 2012.

Other work for theatre includes: The Wife of Cyncoed (Sherman Theatre, Cardiff, 2024); Idyll (Pentabus Theatre tour, 2021); Eyam (Shakespeare's Globe, 2018); Here I Belong (Pentabus tour, 2016); Deposit (Hampstead Theatre Downstairs, 2015); Microcosm (Soho Theatre, 2014); Horizon (National Theatre Connections, 2014); The Bee (Edinburgh Festival, 2008); Punch (Hampstead/Heat and Light Company); and Epic, Trolls and Life for Beginners (all at Theatre503, London).

He has written for TV's Hollyoaks and his radio plays include The Pursuit and Final Call.

(Author photo by Becky Paris)

Matt Hartley
Sixty Five Miles
Here I Belong
Last Letters Home
The Wife of Cyncoed & Idyll: two plays
The Wife of Cyncoed