Alys is currently developing a TV sitcom (under option) with Hartswood Films, as well as a short form comedy with production company Merman. Her short film Remnants won the main award for ‘Best Film’ in the International 100 Film Racing competition, as well as the ‘Best Writing’ award.
It was showcased as part of the 2017 London Short Film Festival.
Her theatre work includes Unearthed (Arcola Theatre, UK Tour), which was chosen of one of the Guardian Readers’ Favourite plays of 2015 and Reel Life (St James Theatre, Ustinov Studio).
She is the Co-Artistic Director of Viscera Theatre (In Tents and Purposes, SOHO Theatre + UK Tour), whose patron is playwright Nick Payne.
She trained under the Royal Court Young Writers and the Criterion New Writing programmes.
The Home – Hartswood Films
Sticking – Merman
Unearthed – Arcola Theatre
Arts Council England/Carers Trust UK – Hull Truck Studio, Salisbury Playhouse Salberg, Cheltenham Everyman
Red Life – Ustinov, Theatre Bath Royal/ St. James Theatre, Studio
Remnants (Short Film)
London Short Film Festival
Winner of International 100-hour Film Racing Award
Runner up in 2017 Comedy Central’s Funny Women Awards (with partner Roxy Dunn)
Peggy Ramsay Foundation grant for development
Unearthed chosen as one of The Guardian Readers Favourite Plays of2015
‘Best Writing’ for the worldwide 100 Hour Film Racing competition
‘Best Film’ main prize for the worldwide 100 hour Film Racing competition
Criterion New Writers Programme
Royal Court Young Writer’s Programme
Co-Artistic Director of Viscera Theatre Company. Patron, Nick Payne