HATTIE NAYLOR is an award-winning writer. She has had over fifty plays, three short stories, and an opera broadcast on Radio 4 and/or 3. Credits include Ivan And The Dogs (nominated in the Olivier Awards for Outstanding Achievement and winner of the Tinniswood Award 2010), The Night Watch Manchester Royal Exchange 2016, The Diaries Of Samuel Pepys (nominated Best Radio Drama 2012) The Aeneid (nominated Best Radio Adaptation, BBC Audio awards 2013), Bluebeard Soho Theatre 2013, Going Dark co-written with Sound&Fury, Critics Choice in both the Guardian and Time Out, Young Vic and The Science Museum 2014 and Weighting with the disabled circus company Extraordinary Bodies 2015. Work directed by Lee Lyford includes: The Nutcracker, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Moominland Midwinter (with Horse and Bamboo), and The Judgment of Macbeth with Billy Alwen, Cirque Bijou for the Egg and Theatre Royal Bath.
Naylor studied Dance at Nottingham Trent University before studying Fine Art at the Slade School of Art, specializing in Sound and Text under Stuart Brisley. After graduation she studied at the Desmond Jones School for Mime and Physical Theatre. She has also completed one year of study on Phil Parker’s Screen Writing MA, London College of Printing. She has run workshops all over the world for the British Council.
Ivan And The Dogs has been performed all over the world and is currently in development with Salon Pictures and the film director Andrew Kotting (Gallivant, Swandown) as a feature film.
Northanger Abbey and The Mysteries of Udolpho will be broadcast on Radio 4 this Christmas and As The Crow Flies will tour national in spring next year.