About Oliver Emanuel
Oliver Emanuel is an internationally award-winning playwright based on the west coast of Scotland. He has written over 30 plays for both stage and radio. For the National Theatre of Scotland: The 306: Trilogy – Dawn, Day & Dusk; Dragon and The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish. Other theatre includes: The Monstrous Heart, Traverse; Flight, Vox Motus; Titus, Red Bridge Arts; Prom, Oran Mor/Traverse/Lemon Tree. Radio includes: When The Pips Stop, The Truth About Hawaii, A History of Paper, Emile Zola: Blood Sex & Money, BBC Radio 4. Awards include: Tinniswood Award 2019; Best Series at the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2019; Herald Angel 2017; Best Adaptation at the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2016; The People’s Choice Victor Award at IPAY 2015; Best Show for Children at the UK Theatre Awards in 2014. Oliver founded the MLitt in Playwriting & Screenwriting at the University of St Andrews with Zinnie Harris. His plays are published by Oberon Books.