Matthew Gabrielli

Matthew Gabrielli


  • Location: Birmingham
  • Career stage: Entry
  • Freelancer: Available

Matthew Gabrielli is a graduate of the Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse young writer’s programme and the MRes in Playwriting Studies at the University of Birmingham. His play Zombiegate won the The Masterclass Pitch Your Play 2018 and will be performed on the Theatre Royal Market stage in October. 

His work has been performed in the Liverpool Playhouse Studio, The King’s Arms Salford and The RSC's The Other Place. He has worked with Blast Theory and Daniel Bye. He is a member of the theatre company Writers LABB and  The Lion Tamers Theatre Company, who produced his first full length play Removed & Destroyed.

In 2014 he took the sketch show A Spaghetti North Western which he co-wrote with Joe Hughes and Gary Lunt to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2014. He was part of a 6 months Research & Development project with  Birmingham Camera Obscura, which was supported by the Arts Council.  He has also written for BBC Radio Comedy. His dream is to write for Doctor Who. Matthew was on UOB Cultural Intern scheme for Writing West Midlands and currently along with his creative practice works for Women & Theatre as their Fundraising & Marketing Assistant. 


Documentation of Reflections for the Birmingham Camera Obscura 2016

Production stills below are for

Removed and Destroyed 2014 

Ka-Pow 2014

Sleeping Knights 2014 

Work History

Playwright - Birmingham Camera Obscura Research & Development

Dec 2015 - Apr 2016

Writer of various one liners - Newsjack - BBC Radio 4 Extra

Oct 2014 - Feb 2015

Runner/Artist - Blast Theory

May 2012 - May 2012


Playwriting Studies - MRes - University of Birmingham

Sep 2015 - Sep 2016

Young Writers Programme - Rehearsed Reading - Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse

Sep 2012 - Jun 2013

Contemporary Theatre Practice - BA (Hons) First Class - University of Salford

Sep 2008 - Jun 2011


  • Digital Marketing
  • Marketing
  • Scriptwriting
  • Academic Writing
  • Arts Fundraising
  • Copy-editing
  • Organisational and Planning Skills
  • Producing
  • Proofreading
  • scriptediting
  • Team Leadership



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