Kefi Chadwick is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter.
She is currently writing a play for the Nottingham Playhouse and has previously worked with Paines Plough, Theatre 503, Latitude and Edinburgh Festival.
Her short film, SexLife, a charming comedy a couple who haven't had sex since before the birth of their son, was directed award-winning director Stefan Georgiou. It was selected for Tribeca Film Festival.
Kefi is also part of the iWrite programme for emerging writers with Creative England.
Original theatre piece about the wives of undercover policemen, currently in development with the Nottingham Playhouse and the Royal Court
Interactive play about sex and intimacy. Funded by The Arts Council
An original play for the Paines Plough series about the writers' hometown
Paul MacMillan is a Doctor of Chaos Theory. Specialist subject: storm patterns. But with his itinerant musician brother living on his sofa and his girlfriend Emma pushing for a new future, prediction is proving increasingly difficult. Then the arrival of Zainab, a new PhD student, catapults Paul's world into real chaos.
Le Petit Mort and SexLife featured as part of this collection of plays about sex and relationships.
Play for 14-16 year olds.
Mid-scale touring production that toured London and the South East
Commission by Proteus Theatre
Multi-discipline public art theatre installation in Basingstoke and Southampton
Long-listed for the Verity Bargate Award.
A play about the dangerous nature of female friendship, obsession and violence.
4 part drama currently in Development
Returning series in development
Commissioned to write episode 18 for series 14
Returning series currently in development
Writer & Creator
A 15 minute short film adaptation of Kefi's original play