Natalie Mitchell

Natalie Mitchell writes for theatre, television and radio. Her theatre work includes Germ Free Adolescent (Bunker Theatre, London, 2019); Can't Stand Me Now (Royal Court Young Writers' Festival); Crawling in the Dark (Almeida Theatre, London); When They Go Low (National Theatre Connections, 2018); and This Wounded Island (tour).

Her work for TV includes Holby City, Doctors, Ackley Bridge, and two years as a core writer on EastEnders.

Her work for radio includes Proud (BBC Radio 3) and The Man Who Sold the World and Hidden Harm (BBC Radio 4).

Germ Free Adolescent
When They Go Low

Katherine Moar

Katherine Moar is a PhD Student at King's College London and Imperial War Museum. Her plays include Farm Hall (Jermyn Street Theatre, London, 2023).

Farm Hall

Steven Moffat

Steven Moffat is an award-winning writer and producer, whose internationally successful television shows include Doctor Who and Sherlock. His play, The Unfriend, was premiered at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester, in 2022, and transferred to the West End in 2023.

The Unfriend
The Unfriend


Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (1622–1673), known by his stage name Molière, was a French playwright and actor who is considered to be one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature. Among Molière's best known works are The Misanthrope, The School for Wives, Tartuffe, The Miser, The Imaginary Invalid and The Bourgeois Gentleman.

The Hypochondriac
Don Juan
The Learned Ladies
The Miser
The Misanthrope

Louise Monaghan

Playwright Louise Monaghan was the winner of a Bruntwood Prize Judges' Award 2011 for Shadow Play. Her first radio drama Alone in the Garden with You, produced and directed by Jessica Dromgoole, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 earlier this year. Her other plays include Beautiful – nominated by Out Of Joint Theatre Company for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize 2009, and Aurora which was a finalist for both the London Festival New Writing Award and Little Brother's Big Opportunity competition 2010.


D C Moore

DC Moore is a playwright and screenwirter. His work for the stage includes The Empire (Royal Court Theatre and Drum Theatre, Plymouth, 2011; nominated for an Olivier Award, winner of the TMA Award for Best Touring Production).

His work for the screen includes the 2015 BAFTA award-winning comedy drama series Not Safe for Work (Channel 4 / Clerkenwell Films). In 2016 he won the Best Long Form Drama award at the Writers' Guild Awards, and the BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Writer for Not Safe For Work. He has also been nominated in the Breakthrough Talent category at the BAFTA Craft Awards 2016.

Double Feature: One
The Swan

Dominique Morisseau

Dominique Morisseau is an American playwright and actor from Detroit, Michigan. Her plays include Pipeline, Sunset Baby, Blood at the Root, Follow Me to Nellie’s and the three-play cycle, The Detroit Projects, which includes Paradise Blue, Detroit ’67 and Skeleton Crew.

The Detroit Project