Kimberley Andrews is a writer from the Black Country, who now lives in London. She has an MA in Text & Performance Studies from RADA/ Kings College London. Kimberley began writing in 1999, when she was accepted on to the young writers’ programme at the Birmingham Rep. She had several plays performed as part of the young writers’ festival at the Rep and a commission in 2008, she was also resident writer on attachment at the Rep in 2009. Other writing credits include Waiting for Mr Perfect (The Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton) and Something Amiss (National Trust). In 2010, Kimberley developed full length play, Bubble, with the Manchester Royal Exchange as part of a new writing initiative. She is a founder member of comedy collective, Wet Lettuce, and has written and performed in comedy sketch shows at the Hen & Chickens (Islington). Kimberley is working on developing her career as a screenwriter and was shortlisted for the BBC Drama Writers’ Academy in 2012. She writes short-stories and has had her work published online (Five Stop Stories) and is also co-founder of the London Playwrights Blog (www.londonplaywrightsblog.com) and works as a playwriting tutor and freelance script consultant.
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