Tallulah Brown

Writer

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Film, TV & Theatre

Agent: Giles Smart
Associate Agent: Jennifer Thomas

Film, TV & Theatre

Tallulah has written as part of the Soho Theatre’s Young Company and the Channel 4 Screenwriting Scheme and was featured on the BBC’s New Talent Hotlist.

Tallulah completed the BBC TV Drama Writer’s Programme and has a pilot with Sister Pictures. Her TV pilot Leafy is currently on the Brit List. 

 

In Development

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SCREEN

NUCLEAR BLUE

Oskar Pimlott / BFI

Feature in development with support from the BFI NETWORK

GIRLS TO THE FRONT

Bandit Cornwall

Original series for TV in development

LEAFY

Warp

30' pilot selected for The Brit List
Original series for TV in development

ADULT CHILD

Sister Pictures

Original series for TV in development

THEATRE

HEAVENLY BODIES

Anonymous Is A Woman

Dir. Sara Joyce

Theatre

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WHEN THE BIRDS COME

2019

Debbie Hicks Productions / Edinburgh Fringe

Dir. Alexander Lass

SONGLINES

2018

HighTide

New play commission for Edinburgh Fringe and High Tide Festivals
Dir. George Chilcott

SEA FRET

2017

The Old Red Lion Theatre

Dir. by Carla Kingham

AFTER THE HEAT WE BATTLE FOR THE HEART

2016

Vaults Festival

Dir. by Carla Kingham

STARING AT YOU

2015

Soho Theatre’s Young Company

*Runner up Soho Young Writer's Award

THERE'S A MONSTER IN THE LAKE

2014

Hay Festival/ Rosemary Branch Theatre/ Vaults Festival

Dir. by Lily Ashley

PHANTASMAGORIA

2011

The Merchant’s Hall, Edinburgh Fringe Festival

*Winner Audience Choice Award, Manchester-In-Fringe-Theatre-Awards
*Writer's Commendation, NSDF in association with Methuen Drama & The Sunday Times

Radio

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SILVER DARLINGS

2019

Hightide / BBC Arts / BBC Radio

Dir. Jessica Dromgoole
*Selected as Radio 4 "Pick of the Week"

Short Films

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2015

Dir. Baud Postma

WHEN THE BIRDS COME

****THE TIMES "A tender and memorable tale... brilliant in the way it captures the magical nature of how you can believe almost anything when you are forever young."

****THE SCOTSMAN "Brown captures brilliantly, as she did in Songlines, the essence of adolescence, the danger of believing you know more than you actually do."

 

SONGLINES

**** THE TIMES ‘…has a bit of magic about it, its delicately sketched story runs true’

**** THE SCOTSMAN ‘A charming piece of theatre, often very funny and unflinchingly accurate about the problems of growing up.’

**** THE STAGE ‘Sensitive and soulful gig-theatre’

**** FEST MAG ‘rides a wave of gentleness and empathy for teenage awkwardness’

THE GUARDIAN BEST SHOWS AT THE FRINGE - ‘affecting story of adolescence and the search for privacy in the wide open countryside.’

 

SEA FRET 

“Sea Fret is modern and relevant while being reflective on tradition and those who adhere to it. It’s about the past, the present, the future and the sea. And it’s very much worth a watch.” Broadway Baby * * * *

“Brown’s writing is consistently sharp and well-observed.” Exeunt Magazine

“the play confirms Brown as a writer to watch” BritishTheatre.com

“Life-long friendships, family ties, class differences; and that’s just the first scene of Tallulah Brown’s new play” Theatre Weekly * * * *

“There is some lovely writing here, romantic about the bleak North Sea and its phosphorescent or stormy moods.” Libby Purvis, Midweek

 

AFTER THE HEAT WE BATTLE FOR THE HEART 

The true story of a new feminist icon undoubtedly the ultimate case of a woman in a mans world, and a must-see production.Mind the Blog *****

Its an unabashedly emotional piece that wears its proudly feminist heart on its sleeve.” Exeunt Magazine ****

Brown has written a completely stunning pieceThe Theatre Tourist ****

 

THERE'S A MONSTER IN THE LAKE 

a beautiful story filled with imagination and wonderThe Uk Theatre Network a sparky script which is both intimate and other worldlyLitro Magazine

 

PHANTASMAGORIA

“movingly understated and wonderfully sad” Ed Fringe Review *****