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Frazer Flintham

About Frazer Flintham

Frazer’s first play Mindy was long listed for The Bruntwood Prize and a finalist in The Rod Hall Award 2008. 

His first TV pilot The Ladder won the C21 Screenwriting Award for best pilot for an International drama series 2015, (eOne Group, C21 and Creative England). 

His stage play The Life Of Stancliffe Riley received a Verity Bargate Award Judge’s Commendation in 2017, and he was a BFI Network x BAFTA Crew in 2019/2020.

Frazer’s been commissioned across stage, radio and television, including: BBC Studios, Carnival Films, ITV Studios, Original Theatre, The New Vic & Audible UK.

Frazer is also co-host of the LGBTQ+ podcast The One Fifty Marchers.

In Development

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • THE REST
    • North South
    • Feature Film
    • A PROPER BRITISH CHRISTMAS
    • Tempo Productions
    • Feature Films
    • SEARLE
    • Tall Stories Productions
    • 6 x 60’ TV series
    • THE GOOD HOMOSEXUAL
    • Roots Theatre
    • Stage Play

Theatre

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • INTO THE NIGHT
    • Produced by Original Theatre in association with Martyn Hayes. 2021
    • The story of The Penlee Lifeboat Disaster. Based on the book Penlee: The Loss of a Lifeboat by Michael Sagar- Fenton. | 2023 OFFIE WINNER: Best Online Production
    • ASTLEY'S ASTOUNDING ADVENTURES (2018)
    • New Vic Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent
    • GENESIS (2016)
    • Soho Theatre/Lowry Manchester/Cast Doncaster
    • THE THRONE (2015)
    • New Vic Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent
    • THE ONLY WAY IS CHELSEA'S (2013)
    • York Theatre Royal/The Soho/LIVE Theatre
    • WHERE'S MY HOUSE? (2013)
    • Root Theatre/New Vic Studio (Stoke-on-Trent)
    • THIS PLACE MEANS (2012)
    • Greenwich and Docklands International Festival
    • TAKETH ME AWAY (2011)
    • Girl Next Door/Pleasance Edinburgh
    • STICKS N BONES (2011)
    • Live Theatre, Newcastle

Audio

    • Production
    • Company
    • Notes
    • BBC Radio 4
    • BBC Radio 3
    • BBC Radio 3, The Wire
    • BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play
    • BBC Radio 3 – The Verb