Gary Owen is a Welsh playwright and screenwriter who won both the George Devine Award and the Meyer Whitworth Award for The Shadow of a Boy. Gary’s play Violence and Son will run at the Royal Court in June 2015, whilst his play Iphigenia in Splott opened at the Sherman Theatre, in May 2015, to five star reviews.
Gary's plays also include Crazy Gary's Mobile Disco, The Drowned World and Ghost City. He has also written Perfect Match, a comedy for Watford Palace Theatre where he is a creative associate. His plays have also won the Pearson Best Play Award and a Fringe First at Edinburgh. Gary also co-created two seasons Baker Boys, an original series for BBC Wales.
Liam’s 17 years old, loves Doctor Who and has lost his mum. He’s had to leave his home and move to Wales, to the Valleys, to the middle of nowhere, to live with a dad he doesn’t know…whose nickname isn’t Violence for nothing.
Stumbling down Clifton Street at 11:30am drunk, Effie is the kind of girl you'd avoid eye contact with, silently passing judgement. We think we know her, but we don't know the half of it.