Rose Heiney is a screenwriter and novelist who won a 4Talent Award for Best New Comedy Writer in 2008 and was a Broadcast Hotshot in 2009.
Her first novel, The Days of Judy B, was published in 2008 and was nominated for The Times/South Bank Show Breakthrough Award.
Subsequently, Rose has developed original comedy projects with Objective Productions and the BBC as well as writing on shows such as Miranda, Fresh Meat and Big Bad World and is currently writing a new sitcom for Hattrick and BBC3 set in the world of anti capitalist protest groups.
Rose's first radio play Home Alone transmitted in spring 2013 starring Daisy Haggard. She also has an afternoon play called A to Z.
Rose also writes for theatre and has just completed her first full-length play Elephants which opens at the Hampstead Theatre in December 2014.