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Kate Scott

Writer, Children's - Childrens, Live Action and Animation

Agent: Jean Kitson - jean@kitsonpress.co.uk

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Kate Scott is a scriptwriter, playwright and award-winning children’s author. She worked as the script editor on the second series of The Hive. Her children’s television writing credits include Big and Small, Chuggington, Toot The Tiny Tugboat and The Hive. Kate’s stage plays have been performed in the Salisbury Fringe Festival and at the Salisbury Playhouse Studio and her most recent radio play has been longlisted in Writersroom’s Scriptroom 10. She is also a published poet regularly heard on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Poetry Please’. Her book writing is represented by Eve White Literary Agency.

Work

Current

Dr Panda
Dr Panda Productions

Episodes of a new animated series based on the popular online games.

Television

The Hive (series 2) (2015-2016)
Lupus Films

9 scripts

Also the Script Editor for the series

Toot the Tiny Tugboat (2014)
Lupus Films

9 scripts

Chuggington (2011-2013)
Ludorum

10 scripts

Big and Small (2011)
Kindle Entertainment

2 scripts

The Hive (series 1) (2010)
Lupus Films

9 scripts

Plays

Emma Fernsby, Times Two
The Directors' Cut Theatre Company, The Pleasance Theatre
Rehearsed reading with the Directors’ Cut Theatre Company at The Pleasance Theatre, London, December 2016
Mark’s Collected Silences (2015)

Radio play

  • Finalist in the inaugural Channel 4 Screenwriting Competition
  • Shortlisted for the Mind Engagement Media Prize 2013
  • Stage play version performed as a rehearsed reading at Salisbury Playhouse Studio, June 2014
  • Elected for HighTide playwriting workshop at Bristol Old Vic, February 2015
Glorious (2014)

Stage play

  • Excerpt performed as a rehearsed reading at Salisbury Arts Centre, April 2014
Wire (2014)

Stage play

  • Salisbury Fringe Festival 2014
Emma Fernsby, Times Two (2014)

Stage Play

  • Longlisted in Writersroom Scriptroom 10 (2016)
  • Salisbury Fringe Festival 2014
Voice (2013)

Radio play

  • Shortlisted for the Nick Darke Award, 2011
  • Longlisted for the BBC Writer’s Prize 2013