Photograph: Georgina Ower, 2013
Film, TV & Theatre
Awards for Lady Macbeth include: Nominated Outstanding Debut & Best British Feature BAFTA 2018, Nominated Best International Film Spirit Awards 2018, Winner 5 British Independent Film Awards 2017 including Best Screenplay, Winner Discovery Award European Film Awards 2017, Winner International Critic's Prize (FIPRESCI Prize) at San Sebastian International Film Festival 2016, Winner Critic's Choice Award for Best First Feature at Zurich Film Festival 2016, Winner Best Screenplay at Turin Film Festival).
Other Awards include: George Devine Award (Revolt. She said. Revolt again); Arts Foundation Award for Playwriting. Alice won the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize 2018 with her play Anatomy of a Suicide and was also a finalist in 2015 and 2012. In 2016, Alice was selected as one of the Creative England 50, a shortlist of individuals and companies judged to be the country’s most inventive, innovative and creative minds. In 2015 Alice was nominated for Friedrich Luft Prize.
Alice is currently under commission to Paines Plough, The National Theatre, The Royal Court, The Almeida and Clean Break. She is writing an original pilot for Plan B. Her second feature will be an adaptation of the Graham Swift novel Mothering Sunday for Number 9 Films and Film 4.
US Representation: Rachel Viola at UTA (American Theatre only) and Geoff Morley at UTA (American Film/TV only).
Element / BBC
Co-written with Sally Rooney, adapted from the novel 'Normal People' by Sally Rooney
Donmar Warehouse / Clean Break
Dir. Maria Aberg
Based on the novel by James Scott
Number 9 Films / Film 4
Feature adaptation of novel by Graham Swift
Feature script developed through iFeatures development scheme adapted from the Russian Novella by Nikolai Leskov
LA MALADIE DE LA MORT
Bouffes du Nord
Dir. Katie Mitchell
ANATOMY OF A SUICIDE
Royal Court Theatre
Dir. Katie Mitchell
Schaubuhne Theatre Berlin
Text by Alice Birch adaptated from the Elfriede Jelinek
Royal Court Theatre/ Schaubuhne Theater Berlin
Text by Alice Birch
WE WANT YOU TO WATCH
Project in development at the National Theatre
Orange Tree Theatre
Dir. David Mercatali
REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN.
Royal Shakespeare Company
Dir. Erica Whyman
THE LONE PINE CLUB
Adapted from the books by Malcolm Saville
LITTLE ON THE INSIDE
Clean Break Theatre Company
Dir. Lucy Morrison
Comedie de Valence (France)
15 minute play for the A ROOM IN TOWN project
Dir. Derek Bond
As Story Editor
BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Drama