Laurence Wilson is an award winning writer who won the Brian Way Award for his play Blackberry Troutface. His debut play, Surf's Up, was nominated for a Manchester Evening News Award for Best New Play and a Liverpool Echo Award for Best New Talent in Theatre. Laurence then wrote Urban Legend for Everyman Theatre in Liverpool, which won Best Original Drama at the Liverpool Daily Post Awards. Laurence then went on to become the Pearson Writer-in-Residence at the Liverpool Everyman- his play Lost Monsters, premiered at the theatre in and was met with great critical acclaim. Following this Laurence's play Cardboard Guitar Man won the award for Best Production at the Daily Post Awards. Laurence was also chosen to write for Coming Up where he developed Postcode Lottery, directed by Tom Marshal, which aired on Channel 4. Laurence also writes for radio and television - he wrote Sgt. Peppers Lonley Hearts Club Band for BBC Radio 4 as part of a series of short radio plays to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Beatles album. His radio play, Tin Man, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.
Broadcaster BBC Radio 4
Broadcaster BBC Radio 3