Film, TV & Theatre

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About us

United Agents works across all areas of film, television and theatre representing playwrights, screenwriters, directors, composers and producers. The department is headed up by Natasha Galloway.

Latest news from Film, TV & Theatre

We are thrilled to announce Come On Home at the Abbey Theatre, written by Phillip McMahon , has been nominted for Best New Play and Richard III at the Druid Theatre has been nominated for Best Prodction for the Irish Times 2019 Irish Theatre Awards . Richard III stars Marty...
Cattiness and cocktail sticks collide in this classic dinner-party comedy by Mike Leigh, as simmering tensions boil over in 1970s suburbia. Jodie Prenger stars in this production directed by Sarah Esdaile. Abigail’s Party is at the Theatre Royal Brighton until Saturday 19 th January before heading out on tour around...

Submission/Representation Guidelines

Film and Television Writers: We do not accept unsolicited material. Any unsolicited pitches, outlines and screenplays will be deleted without being read. If you are referred to one of the agents here by a producer, development executive or course tutor, you should email the agent directly, attaching a CV and giving details of who has referred you.

Playwrights: Please email one example of your work, accompanied by a covering letter and CV, to looking@unitedagents.co.uk. The work should be an original play or an original radio play. We are unable to consider synopses or incomplete scripts.

Rights Enquiries

If you have a rights enquiry, please email the relevant office and include full details of your proposed production including as much information as possible regarding the creative team; number of performances and dates; and details of the proposed venue (including the seating capacity and ticket prices).