Dare is a regular writer for EastEnders and before that wrote for Waterloo Road, Family Affairs and an award-winning short film, Ruby’s Slippers. She also writes for the stage and is currently developing a new play as the 2017 Papatango Resident Playwright.
ustwo – Untitled video game development – lead writer
St Mary’s Drama Festival Commissioned for stage play
YOLO – Sky Participated in writer’s workshop to develop new Sky drama/comedy/musical series
2007 – 2017
EastEnders – BBC 12 scripts commissioned
Avatar Film April Development of original TV series concept and series bible
Waterloo Road – BBC One episode commissioned
Casualty Shadow Scheme – BBC Shadowed the development process from script to screen, and wrote trial script
Family Affairs – Thames Television/Channel Five 18 episodes commissioned
London Calling Short Film Scheme – Film London Shortlisted for funding and month of development.
Arista Scribes Initiative – Film London Developed original feature project and treatment
Ruby Slippers Original short film
Papatango Resident Playwright
London Playwriting Lab Development of extract from original play
2017 Papatango Resident Playwright
Winner of Best Short Film at Black Filmmakers Festival Finalist at Hollywood Black Film Festival
Short-listed for Best Short Film by BBC Talent
Nominated Best Screenplay at BFM Film Festival
Nominated Best Short Film at Jamerican Film Festival
Raindance: Directors Foundation Certificate
London College of Printing: MA Screenwriting
In addition to her career as a writer, Dare has experience script reading for the BBC, Element Pictures, and Creative England; lecturing at Bournemouth University and Central Film School; and worked as a Development Assistant at Vertigo Films.