Becky is currently writing on an original drama for BBC Drama Writer’s Scheme. She also writes on Holby City and Doctors. Her plays have been produced at White Bear Theatre Club, the Old Red Lion, Bolton Octagon and Theatre 503. Her first radio play, Chopping Onions was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2013, starring Maureen Lipman and her second, Aliyah broadcast in 2015, starring Gillian Bevan. Her commissioned play for Box Of Tricks, Chip Shop Chips, had a very succesful run in early 2016, and she is developing new theatre work with various partners.
Commissioned to write the pilot episode of original drama series WARD 4 as part of this prestigious programme.
Original drama under option.
R & D for new play with director Liz Stevenson and producer Nick Stevenson.
Commissioned for her seventh episode of the 30’ daytime drama, having successfully done the shadow scheme in 2015.
Two x 60′ episodes of the flagship show.
Play development, commissioned as part of Monkeywood’s Up:Rising new writing scheme.
Sell out Northern tour Feb-April 2016
Series of short dramas to illustrate Dunham Massey’s use as a hospital in WW1
Performed at the New Wimbledon Theatre in July 2013 as part of a double-bill of new writing.
One of five writers contributing to an evening of short plays inspired by music. Produced by the Alligator Club (a collective of Northwest writers) July 2013.
The play is currently being developed by the Tobacco Factory Theatre, Bristol having won the Tobacco Factory’s Script Space V Competition
Runner-Up Prize: BBC’S Alfred Bradley Bursary Award, Jan 2014.
Received a reading at the Royal Exchange Theatre and a scratch performance at the Zion Arts Centre.
Short play filmed on location by Slung Low and available to view on The Space: a BBC and Arts Council service offering access to the arts.
Bolton Octagon Theatre and national tour. Wrote GLOBE IN THE ATTIC, a short play
Script in development. Extracts from the play were performed as part of the Library Theatre’s Re:Play festival.
Rehearsed Reading as part of the Bolton Octagon’s Top Five Festival of new writing
Young People’s Theatre Workshop, May 2011. Performed by the Young People’s Theatre Workshop (14-19 yrs) in the Studio, Royal Exchange.
Arcola Theatre, March 2011. Wrote KING OF THE CASTLE, one of six short plays
Short-listed for the Pearson Playwriting Scheme 2009.
“A wonderful small play” – The Spectator
“A thing of rare beauty” – Camden New Journal
Theatre503, Nov 2008. CHOPPING ONIONS, short play.
The Union Theatre, Mar 2008. THE BOYS IN THE TOWER, short play.
“Original and ambitious new writing” – The British Theatre Guide
**** “A bold piece of work that engages on many levels” – Time Out, Show of the Week and Critic’s Choice
45’ Afternoon Drama. Broadcast June 2015, produced by Pauline Harris and starring Gillian Bevan, David Fleeshman and Ashley Margolis. A BBC Pick of the Week.
45’ Afternoon Drama. Broadcast May 2013, produced by Pauline Harris and starring Maureen Lipman and Sarah Smart.