Vivienne Franzmann

Vivienne Franzmann

Vivienne Franzmann was a teacher who took up playwriting after winning the Bruntwood Playwriting award in 2008 with her first play, Mogadishu, which also won the 2010 George Devine Award and was first staged at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, in 2011.

Other plays include Bodies (Royal Court Theatre, London, 2017); Pests (Royal Court, Royal Exchange Manchester and Clean Break, 2014); and The Witness (Royal Court, 2012).

A gripping and urgent play about a well-meaning teacher who intervenes on behalf of a troublesome student, with terri...
A dark and piercing thriller of modern morals from the Bruntwood Prize-winning author of Mogadishu.
A hard-hitting, claustrophic drama about trying to escape your past.
A play about the human cost of surrogacy, and what we’ll overlook to get what we want.