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Miriam Battye



Nick Quinn

Miriam Battye is a writer from Manchester. She was shortlisted for the 2011 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting with her first play, I STARTED A FIRE. She attended the Royal Court Young Writers and Invite Only Group. She was part of the first BBC Drama Room cohort in 2016 and she is a writer on attachment at the Bristol Old Vic.

Credits include:

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW, the egg, Theatre Royal Bath, August 2017

SCENES WITH GIRLS, Bristol Old Vic, April 2017 (part of the 24 HOUR PLAYS)

26, Play Theatre Co @ Vault Festival, January 2017 (part of THE SUBTERRENEAN SEASON)

BEHAVING, Theatre Royal Bath, July 2016 (part of BLACKOUT)

GEORGIA ON MY MIND, Theatre Royal Bath, June 2016 (part of the 24 HOUR PLAYS)

USEFUL SOUP FOR BENEVOLENT PURPOSES, Bristol Old Vic Ferment, January 2016

TRIP THE LIGHT FANTASTIC, Bristol Old Vic, November 2015

ELECTRICITY, National Youth Theatre, Arcola Theatre, June 2015

BALANCE, Royal Exchange Theatre, May 2014 (part of HUNGER FOR TRADE)

COMETS, Undeb Theatre, Latitude Festival, Summer 2014

MEN, Underbelly Edinburgh, August 2013

19 QUADRILLION MILES, AT LEAST, Royal Exchange Theatre, July 2013 (part of PAGES FROM MY SONGBOOK)

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