Writers' Centre Norwich
Name: Molly Naylor
Region: East of England
Work performed at: Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh Book Festival, Latitude Festival, Port Elliot Festival.
Molly is a scriptwriter, performer and poet. She is the co-writer of 'After Hours', a Sky 1 comedy directed by Craig Cash. She has been commissioned by theatres and organisations including BBC Radio 4, Sky TV, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Bush Theatre, Oxford Playhouse and Battersea Arts Centre. Her first solo show, 'Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You' debuted at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2010 to critical acclaim.
Her adaptation of the show for BBC Radio 4 was described by the Guardian as ‘a brave, funny, tough and beautiful piece of writing’. Her second live show 'My Robot Heart' sold out at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2012. She has performed her stories and poems at festivals and events including Latitude, Glastonbury and The Edinburgh Book Festival. She has been published by Rialto, and The Independent. She is represented by Abby Singer at Casarotto.
"I'm delighted to be given the opportunity to develop my practise in this field alongside some brilliant people."
Repped by: Abby Singer, Casarotto