Gillian Greer

Gillian Greer is a playwright and dramaturg from Dublin.

Her plays include: Boy Parts, adapted from the novel by Eliza Clark (Soho Theatre, 2023); Meat (Theatre503, London, 2020; a finalist in the 2018 International Playwriting Award); and Petals (nominated for the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best New Play in 2015).

As a dramaturg, she has worked at the National Theatre, VAULT Festival, Clean Break Theatre Company, The Mercury Theatre and many more. She was appointed Literary Manager of Soho Theatre, London, in 2019.

Boy Parts

Stacey Gregg

Stacey Gregg is from Belfast and is a writer and performer for stage and screen. Her plays include Scorch (Outburst Queer Arts Festival, Belfast, 2015; Edinburgh Fringe, 2016); Shibboleth (Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2015); Override (Watford Palace Theatre, 2013); Lagan (Ovalhouse Theatre London, 2011); Perve (Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2011; BBC Radio Drama Award 2012) and When Cows Go Boom (Abbey Theatre, Dublin 2008).

She co-created an interactive web installation for CRASSH (Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities).

Television work includes Raw (RTÉ), Spoof or Die (Channel Four) and The Frankenstein Chronicles (Rainmark).

Author photo by Nina Sologubenko
Stacey Gregg
When Cows Go Boom

Philippa Gregory

Philippa Gregory is an English novelist, acclaimed worldwide for her  historical fiction. Her novels include The Other Boleyn Girl (2001) and The White Queen (2009).

The Other Boleyn Girl

David Greig

David Greig was born in Edinburgh. His plays include Europe, The Architect, The Speculator, The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union, Outlying Islands, San Diego, Pyrenees, The American Pilot, Yellow Moon: The Ballad of Leila and Lee, Damascus, Midsummer [a play with songs], Dunsinane, The Monster in the Hall and The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart. In 1990 he co-founded Suspect Culture to produce collaborative, experimental theatre work. His translations and adaptations include Camus's Caligula, Euripides' The Bacchae, Strindberg's Creditors and J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan.

Scottish Shorts
One Way Street

Kate Grenville

Kate Grenville is one of Australia's best-known authors. Her books include the international best-seller The Secret River, The Idea of Perfection, The Lieutenant and Lilian's Story. Her novels have won many awards both in Australia and the UK, several have been made into major feature films, and all have been translated into European and Asian languages.

The Secret River

Trevor Griffiths

Trevor Griffiths (1935–2024) was an English playwright and screenwriter. His plays include Occupations (1970), The Party (1973) and Comedians (1975).

A Woman Killed with Kindness

Matt Grinter

Matt Grinter is a writer and director working in both theatre and film. He was the winner of the 2016 Papatango Prize for his debut play Orca (Southwark Playhouse, 2016).

Short films include Small Talk, Jessie and The Party Photographer.

He is the artistic director of Red Rope Theatre Company, which he formed in 2012 with actor-producer Rebecca Robson.