Harry McDonald

Harry McDonald is a playwright whose work includes: Foam (Finborough Theatre, London, 2024) and Don't Smoke in Bed (VAULT Festival, 2023).

His short fiction has been published by Another North, and he has also created work for the Liverpool Everyman's Love Liverpool project.

Between 2016-2019, he published a blog of theatre criticism.


Haley McGee

Haley McGee is an actor, theatremaker, improviser and author.

Her solo shows include: Age is a Feeling (Edinburgh Fringe, 2022); and The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale, which premiered at Camden People's Theatre, London, in 2018, toured internationally, and was turned into a book by the same name.

Age is a Feeling

Lisa McGee

Lisa McGee is a playwright and screenwriter from Northern Ireland. She is the creator and writer of Derry Girls, the hit television comedy series (Channel 4, 2018-22).

Her plays include Jump, The Heights, Nineteen Ninety-Two, and Girls and Dolls, for which she won the Stewart Parker Trust Awared in 2007.

Girls and Dolls
Nineteen Ninety-Two

John McGrath

John McGrath (1935-2002) was a playwright and theatre theorist. He also wrote for TV, notably Z-Cars). In 1971 he founded 7:84 (named after the statistic that 7% of the population of Britain owns 84% of the wealth), for whom he wrote 20 plays. His theatre manifesto, A Good Night Out, is a classic theatre text.

Naked Thoughts That Roam About
A Good Night Out

Ewan McGregor

Ewan MacGregor is a British actor who has starred in films such as TrainspottingMoulin Rouge!Angels & Demons and The Ghost Writer, and played Obi Wan Kenobi in the Star Wars prequal trilogy. He was named as one of the 'Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time' by Empire magazine.

The Actor and the Camera

Meadhbh McHugh

Meadhbh McHugh is an Irish playwright. Her plays include Helen and I (Druid Theatre, 2016) and a stage adaptation of Louise O’Neill’s novel Asking For It (Everyman Theatre, Cork, & Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2018).

Asking for It

Clare McIntyre

Clare McIntyre (1952-2009) was amongst the extraordinary generation of British female playwrights who emerged in the 1980s. Her best-known plays, including Low Level Panic (Royal Court Theatre, London, 1988) and My Heart's a Suitcase (Royal Court, 1990; winner of the Evening Standard and London Drama Critics awards for Most Promising Playwright), are now considered modern feminist classics. She also had an extensive career writing and acting for film, radio and television.

Clare McIntyre
My Heart's a Suitcase & Low Level Panic
The Thickness of Skin
The Maths Tutor
My Heart's a Suitcase
Low Level Panic