Georgia Fitch

I am a screenwriter, radio dramatist and playwright.

I have a degree in Drama from John Moores University/ Liverpool and subsequently trained as an actress at East 15. I also have a Masters in Screenwriting from Raindance/DMU.

I have been the writer in residence at BBC Radio Drama and have written extensively for the medium. Good Enough, my latest afternoon drama, will be broadcast on Radio 4 in early spring.

I initially started in theatre by having my own women's theatre company and then went on to have theatre work produced by such places as The Bush, Soho Theatre, The National Theatre and RSC.  I have also had my plays performed internationally. I have adapted my play adrenalin ...heart for the screen.

My latest short film The Carer is currently on the festival circuit. It is directed by Amrita Acharia, and stars Priyanga Burford.

 

 



London (Greater London)


Katie Haines @ The Agency
0207 467 0115



In development/ commissioned

Good Enough Radio 4

Old Girls Bedlam - Feature Film

Something Layla with Dean g Moore.

Theatre

In Response to Politics, The Other Place, Problem Sex, Rada, Reality, Brit School performed at Barbican/ Oval House, Blair's Children, Cockpit Theatre, Fit and Proper People, Soho/RSC, Dirty Dirty Princess, National Theatre, Connections, I like Mine With a Kiss, Bush Theatre, Adrenalin Heart, Bush Theatre, (New York, Tokyo, Berlin.)

Earlier work:

The Footballer's Wife, Arrivals and Alone. (Angels Theatre Company @ The Royal Festival Hall, Riverside Studios and Old Red Lion.)

Radio

Home Front, BBC Radio 4, The Pumpkin Eater, R4, Desperately Seeking Bradley, R4, Strangers In The Night, R4, Up The Junction, R4, The Mother Of, R4, Untitled Lover, R3, Fortunes Always Hiding, R4, I met a boy, R3, Romeo and Juliet in Southwark, R3, Adrenalin Heart, R3

Film

The Carer, Eldub Films

What took you so long ?, Raindance.

Other work

Source Circus Bijou

Dis - assembly with Runa Islam at The Serpentine Gallery.

 

 

Childrens writing, Film, Online writing, Radio, Television, Theatre

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