After Hours by Molly Naylor and John Osborne

Molly Naylor

After Hours is a new six-part comedy drama co-written by UEA graduates Molly Naylor and John Osborne. Based around an internet radio station, and starring Jaime Winstone and Ardal O’Hanlon, it is broadcast on Sky1 on Mondays at 9.30pm. Molly (pictured) graduated from the UEA MA in Creative Writing (Scriptwriting) in 2008 and her first solo show, Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You, debuted at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2010 before touring internationally.  Besides her work for theatre, she has published a poetry collection, You Clown (2012) and is currently collaborating with artist Liz Greenfield on a graphic novel adaptation of her 2014 storytelling show If Destroyed Still True. John graduated with a BA in English Literature with Creative Writing in 2000 and has since published a number of books, including Radio Head: Up and Down the Dial of British Radio (2009), The Newsagent’s Window (2010), and Most People Aren’t That Happy, Anyway (2013). Earlier this year both Molly and John were selected for the Creative England ‘iWrite’ Partnership scheme, which is designed to support emerging writers develop the skills and knowledge required to write for the cinema.

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