Untold stories, unexpected topics, chaos, laughs, absurdity, the political and the personal – we write about anything and everything.
As a female-led company, we are proudly feminist in our approach. Our stories often feature women in the leading role, but our work is for everyone to enjoy. We believe in equality and work with other writers, producers and directors to bring our projects together, whatever your gender identity.
But what about us?
Megan and Stevie met back in 2014 on the MA Screenwriting course at London College of Communication, and it’s been all go since then – including filling out the long-winded forms for Companies House…
Megan Toogood has been shortlisted in various competitions including BBC Writers’ Room Drama and the Tracking Board Launchpad Novel Manuscript Competition. Scripts in production include dystopian romance Where the Sun Doesn’t Burn at the Teatro F. di Bartolo, Pisa, Italy, (in translation) and psychological horror, Frank.
Stevie Cooke is a comedy writer, who has written for Have I Got News For You and the Radio 4 show Sketchtopia. Stevie has previously been shortlisted for the Funny Women Writing Award and been a finalist in the Funny Women Shorts Award. She has also been long-listed for the BBC Comedy Writers’ Room, and has shadowed on the TV show Plebs.
Victoria Morris is a writer, script editor, and Roar’s Development Executive. She has been a finalist in several screenplay competitions including the Funny Women Writing Awards and the Edinburgh TV Festival’s New Voice Award. She has written two series of web animation Tiddlytubbies and her radio play was produced on LBC. Victoria is a freelance script reader, who has read for several TV and film companies including ITV and Left Bank Pictures, and she is a judge for the NYC Midnight short screenplay competition.