, original screenplay. In development, supported by a Wellcome Trust Development Award / BFI First Feature Funding. Director Amanda Boyle, producer Judy Counihan (Solution 3/Company Films)
adapted from the novel by Lissa Evans. In development with BBC Films and Braven Films. Producers Frida Torresblanco and Rachel Weisz
, adapted from the novel by Barbara Pym. In development with BBC Films & Raindog Films
original screenplay. Director Justin Hardy, producers John Toba & James Salter (Marathon Films, Miramax); cinema release in 2015 http://www.marathonfilms.co.uk
Want of a Wife,
original screenplay by Jemma Kennedy and
Justin Hardy & John Toba. Optioned by Hardy Pictures 2010, director Justin Hardy, producer Manuela Noble
The Bank of Britain.
Commission by the National Theatre, in development
Produced at New Vic Theatre in 2015, director Gemma Fairlie
Second Person Narrative.
Commission by Tonic Theatre for Platform, published by Nick Hern Books 2015
The Summer Book
by Tove Jansson, adapted by Jemma Kennedy. Produced at the Unicorn Theatre in 2014, director Douglas Rintoul
The L-Shaped Room
by Lynne Reid Banks, adapted by Lynne Reid Banks and Jemma Kennedy; optioned by the Ambassadors Theatre Group 2014
by Slawormir Mrożek, adapted by Jemma Kennedy. Staged showcase at the Young Vic in 2014, director Andrea Ferran
Don’t Feed the Animals.
Produced at The Shed, National Theatre for NT Connections in 2013
The Grand Irrationality.
Produced at the Lost Theatre Studio Los Angeles in 2013, director John Pleshette
The Prince and the Pauper
by Mark Twain adapted by Jemma Kennedy. Produced at Unicorn Theatre in 2012, director Selina Cartmell
A Momentary Lapse of Reason.
Short play commissioned by the National Theatre for Paint Frame New Writing Festival 2011, unproduced
Sheep May Safely Graze.
Commission by the National Theatre 2009.
by Anton Chekhov adapted by Jemma Kennedy. Tabard Theatre 2007, director Anthony Shrubsall
Site specific for Landscape Productions, Shropshire 2006, director Paul Warwick
Commissioned as part of a Jerwood Arvon Young Playwright’s Apprenticeship. Rehearsed Reading 2005, Soho Theatre, director Paul Warwick
Runner up, Royal Exchange Write Now Competition 2004. Rehearsed reading 2004, Royal Exchange Theatre, diretor Sarah Frankcom
How to Remember the Dead.
BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play broadcast 2007, producer Polly Thomas
Novel published in 2003 by Viking Penguin