Natalie Froome is a writer from Hertfordshire. She graduated from the University of East Anglia’s Creative Writing – Scriptwriting Masters programme with distinction in 2019 and is currently developing a number of speculative TV pilot scripts.
Natalie has previously been nominated for the Edinburgh TV Festival all3media New Drama Script Award 2020, was shortlisted for Channel 4’s 4Stories screenwriting scheme and was one of the 10 writers chosen to attend David Higham’s open day for underrepresented scriptwriters.
She’s passionate about television and has ambitions to write popular dramas that shine a light on unseen worlds.
2020 Shortlisted for Slackline Stories 24-hour play event at the Southwark Playhouse.
2019 The Border – semi-staged rehearsed reading at the Tristan Bates Theatre.
Occupational Hazard – rehearsed reading – The Garage Theatre Norwich.
Off the Wall – part of Spotlight Festival – UEA Drama Studio.
2018 Death Goes to Therapy – part of SLAMinutes by SLAM Kings X – The Pleasance Theatre.
Date Night – part of Scratch It! With HACK Theatre – Norwich Arts Centre.
2020 Shortlisted for the All3Media New Drama Script Award at the Edinburgh TV Festival’s New Voice Awards.
2019 Longlisted for Sid Gentle’s Thousand Films writers award.
2018 Shortlisted for Channel 4 and Blacklight Television’s 4Stories scheme.
2018 Short film scripts Liar and The Choice received ‘Awards of Excellence in Screenwriting’ at the New Renaissance London Film Festival.
2017 Co-writer – untitled science-fiction thriller spec script – Concept 139 Productions.
2019 The Estate – A RADA audio drama directed by Jeremy Mortimer.
2019 Carry on as Normal – Monologue commissioned by Mslexia Magazine.
MA in Creative Writing – Scriptwriting with Distinction from the University of East Anglia.
BA in English Literature with First Class honours from the University of East Anglia.