Playwright Joe Harbot wrote his first play, Gathered Dust and Dead Skin, when he was just fifteen.
Since then he graduated from the Royal Courts Young Writers Programme and written numerous plays, including The Boy on the Swing (Live Theatre and Arcola), Memories (Southwark Playhouse), as well as a short film, Linked, directed by Jeremy Herrin, which was produced in 2007.
In 2013, Joe's play Potholes had a short run at Theatre 503 and was longlisted for the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting.
Play presented as part of LabFest at Theatre 503 about a man who works in road surfacing
Play Taking Steps/Walking commissioned as part of Come to Where I'm From project
One of six new plays in PLAYlist, short plays inspired by a song
Play set in a village during the annual May Fair
Play for one actor
Play about a man working in a large corporation who is offered the chance to meet God
Dark comedy about people trying to find love behind a mountain of paperwork
Produced as part of Bite Size Theatre
Surreal look at the breakdown of a relationship