Kathrine Smith has written for many TV series including London Kills, Suspects and EastEnders, and for the Radio 4 series Fault Lines starring Glenda Jackson. Her award-winning play All I See Is You toured nationally and internationally to Ireland and Australia. Kathrine was selected for the Sphinx30 theatre programme to support women playwrights create new work for the main stage. She has also taught on arts projects in prisons and is a volunteer playwright/dramaturg with the children’s charity Scene & Heard.
Original drama series in development
Original drama in development
Seed commission for full length play; rehearsed reading December 2021
1 x 60′ episode for crime drama series for broadcast 2022
3 x 60′ episodes
4 x 30′ episodes
5 x 60’ episodes across 4 series
9 x 60’ episodes
1 x 50’ episode
20 x 30’ episodes
24 x 60’ episodes including Jim Carver’s leaving special
1 x 30’ episode
2 x 50’ episodes
1 x 30’ episode
1 x 60′ episode
Original 45′ play – Episode two of ‘Fault Lines: Blood’ starring Glenda Jackson & Robert Glenister, directed by Pauline Harris. Broadcast 19th January 2022.
Original 45′ play – Episode one of ‘Fault Lines: Sex’ starring Glenda Jackson, T’nia Miller & Nina Anwar, directed by Pauline Harris. Broadcast 10th October 2020.
Theatre / Development
A play inspired by real accounts of queer life from the 1960s. First performed at The Octagon, Bolton in 2018. Toured nationally, and to Dublin, Sydney and Melbourne in 2019.
– National Octagon Prize
– Oscar Wilde prize for Best New Writing at the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival 2019
– Micheál Mac Liammóir Award for Outstanding Performances
– Brighton Fringe International Touring Award
Nominated for the Sydney Fringe Best Theatre Award
A play exploring girl-on-girl knife crime based on the true events that led to the murder of 15-year-old Charlotte Foley at an East London party in 2005.
Original crime series format and pilot script
Original historical series format and treatment
Original series format and treatment
Original screenplay treatment