Sian Harries

Award-winning comedy writer and performer

Theatre, Film & TV
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Biography

Sian has worked across a range of TV and radio shows and has experience in narrative, sketch and script editing.

Credits include The Now Show, Dilemma, the Channel 4 Greg Davies sitcom Man Down, in which she also performs, and Rhod Gilbert’s Back to Llanbobl. An original radio script, Join the Caravan has been commissioned by the BBC.

Sian also created and wrote the Hefin a Liz comedy series which was shown as part of S4C’s Hwb programmes and starred Isy Suttie (Peep Show) and Elis James (8 out of 10 Cats) - a series she created and wrote of 26 mini-dramas.

As a performer she has appeared in Mark Watson’s The Hotel and the sketch group Superclump, described as "disgustingly talented" by The Guardian, and she’s a regular on S4C’s HWB.

Sian is also currently writing a humorous novel about a comedian’s girlfriend whose anonymous blog leads people to suspect she’s the funny one.

CV

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Television
Writer
BBC for CBBC
In Development
Writer Sian Harries
Starring Cariad Lloyd

Kids news sketch show

Rhod Gilbert's Back to Llanbobl 2013
Baby Cow
Writer Sian Harries

 
Igam Ogam 2 x 10'
2012
Calon TV for Channel 5
Writer Sian Harries

 
Llew ap Blew 2012
S4C for S4C
Writer Sian Harries

Co-written with Elis James

Tati's Hotel 1 x 11'
2012
Machine Productions & Screen Door for ITV & TVO
Writer Sian Harries

 
8 Out of 10 Cats 2010
Zeppotron for Channel 4
Writer Sian Harries

Gag writer

Creator and Writer
HWB 2013
S4C
Creator Sian Harries
Writer Sian Harries

Creator and performer alongside Elis James, Isy Suttie and Rhod Gilbert

HWB 2013
S4C
Creator Sian Harries
Writer Sian Harries

Creator and performer alongside Elis James, Isy Suttie and Rhod Gilbert

Performer and Writer
 
Writer Sian Harries
Starring Greg Davies & Rick Mayall

Contributing writer and performer for Greg Davies new sitcom

AvalonChannel 4
Radio
Writer
Issy Suttie Love Anonymous 2014
BBC for BBC Radio 4
 
Writer Sian Harries
Starring Issy Suttie

 
Here Be Dragons 2013
BBC Radio Wales
 
Writer Sian Harries

A John Stanley Production with Elis James, Lloyd Langford, Cariad Lloyd, Nadia Camil, Gareth Gwynn and Ben Partridge.

 
Join the Caravan 2013
BBC for BBC Radio 4
 
Writer Sian Harries

 
Newsjack Revisited 2013

 
Writer Sian Harries

 
The News Now Quiz Show 2013
BBC for BBC Radio 4
 
Writer Sian Harries

 
Dilemma 2012
BBC for BBC Radio 4
 
Writer Sian Harries

 
Newsjack 2012
BBC for BBC Radio 4
 
Writer Sian Harries

 
Bwletin 2011
BBC for BBC Radio Cymru
 
Writer Sian Harries

Gag writer for this Welsh language comedy panel show across all episodes from 2010 - 2011

 
What's The Story 2010
BBC for BBC Wales
 
Writer Sian Harries

 
The Now Show 2009
BBC for BBC Radio 4
 
Writer Sian Harries

 
Rhod Gilbert's Back to Llanbobl 2008
BBC for BBC Radio 2
 
Writer Sian Harries

Co-written with Rhod Gilbert and Greg Davies

 
Performer, Creator and Writer
Here Be Dragons
   
Creator Sian Harries
Writer Sian Harries
Starring Sian Harries, Elis James, Gareth Gwynn, Cariad Lloyd & Nadia Kamil

 
BBCBBC Radio Wales
Script Editor
28 Dates Later 2008
BBC for BBC Radio 4
 
Writer Dionne Hughes

Written by and starring Dionne Hughes aka Miss London

 
Theatre
Performer and Writer
 
Writer Sian Harries

Co-wrote and performed in this sketch show with
Elis James, Mike Wozniak, Tom Craine, Nat Luurtsema, Josh Widdicombe, Henry Paker, Ben Partridge and Henry Widdicome

"disgustingly talented" The Guardian
**** Chortle.

Film
Performer, Writer and Producer
Rhod Gilbert - The Cat That Looked Like Nicholas Lyndhurst
 
Producer Sian Harries
Writer Sian Harries

Co-writer, co-producer and performer in DVD extra sketches 

Rhod Gilbert - The Award Winning Mince Pie
 
Producer Sian Harries
Writer Sian Harries

Co-writer, co-producer and performer in DVD extra sketches 

Performer and Writer
PS
 
Writer Sian Harries

BBC Wales' series of online satirical short films teaching young people about politics. Co-written and narrated with Elis James.

BBC Wales