Jodi Gray is a multi-award-winning playwright and screenwriter. She is currently on attachment at the Oxford Playhouse as part of their Playmaker scheme, and is Associate Artist with Vanner Collective and Living Record.
Plays include Thrown (Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018, Winner of the Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence); Big Bad (VAULT Festival 2018, Winner of the Origins Award for Outstanding New Work, and London Horror Festival 2018); Peep (Bewley’s Theatre Café, Dublin, February 2018); Like I Care (ArtsEd); Shudder, How to Find Us and Spent (Oxford School of Drama at Soho Theatre); Affection, hookup, You Could Move, Reach Out and Touch Me, The Front Room and SSA (all Outbox Theatre Company, in London and on tour).
Short plays include Finale (Caravan Shorts); This Girl (Bold Tendencies); Broken Meats (Salt at Southwark Playhouse); Quirks (Little Pieces of Gold at Southwark Playhouse); He's Not There, Peep, Tasty and Rime (Miniaturists at Arcola Theatre).
She has also written the short films Broken Meats (dir. Sam Phillips); and Sidetracked (dir. Freddie Hall; nominated for Best Writer at Underwire Festival 2015).