Reasons You Should(n't) Love Me, Kiln Theatre, 2021
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Theatre: Amy’s debut play 'Reasons You Should(n't) Love Me' won The Women's Prize for Playwriting 2020 (Ellie Keel Productions and Paines Plough). The play had its world premiere at the Kiln Theatre, London in May 2021 and will be heading out on tour in Autumn 2022 before returning to the Kiln Theatre in November 2022.  Amy's short play 'It's Not Like It's Illegal' was performed at Theatre Royal Stratford East in May 2022 as part of their 'Burn It Down' series. Amy is writer in residence at the Kiln Theatre, after winning one of six 2022 Playwrights' Scheme Bursaries.

TV: 'Ralph and Katie' (a spin off to the popular BBC/ITV Studios show 'The A Word') for ITV Studios/BBC. Amy has original projects in development with Eleven Film, ITV Studios, Mam Tor Productions, Red Production Company, Little Door, The Forge and Two Rivers Media. Writers' rooms include work for CBeebies and The Bureau.

Audio/Radio: 'The A-Z of Things: A is for Award' for BBC Radio 3 and 'Reasons You Should(n't) Love Me' for Audible.

Training: Amy is currently part of the BBC TV Drama Writers' Programme 2021. She has previously been part of 4Screenwriting 2021, BBC Drama Room 2020/21BBC Writers' Access Group 2020/21, the Royal Court Introduction to Playwriting Group 2020/21 and BBC Children's New Voices 2020.

Amy’s essay ‘An Ode to Improv (and Poehler and Fey)' features in the book ‘Feminists Don't Wear Pink (and other lies)', curated by Scarlett Curtis and published by Penguin. Amy has also been a regular guest writer for Access Magazine. She won 'Colchester New Comedian of the Year 2016’ for her one woman sketch 'The Rebrand'. In 2020 Amy wrote two short digital plays for the Royal Shakespeare Company and Midsummer Festival.

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