KATE MARAVAN

PRESENT PERFORMANCE

WRITING


Kate has written a one woman show ' The Old House' . The Old House has been performed at The Rada and Camden festivals. A London run is in the planning.

Kate started writing in 1995 when she and her writing partner Sophie Vaughan co-wrote and performed the play SISTERS at the Mass Cafe, supported by the Donmar Warehouse and directed by Saskia Reeves.

In 1996, Kate and Sophie wrote ROPES OF SAND, a half hour screenplay which was selected by Anglia's TV First Film Series.

In spring 1998 they wrote HOT HOUSE, a half hour drama for Channel 4's 'Outcasts' strand which was produced by Dan Films and directed by Cilla Ware.  

This was followed in the summer of 1999 with DANCE for Channel 4's 'Shockers' strand.  It was produced by Blue Orange Films and was directed by Richard Clark.

WHAT ABOUT GRACE, a half hour drama for the BBC's series 'Year Dot', was commissioned the same year.

They also co-wrote TO KILL A DAY, a short film for Eastern Arts / Anglia TV.

In 2003 / 2004 their play, ANGEL FILTH, had two runs at the Tristan Bates Theatre and was directed by Marcelo Fagundes.