Tim Crouch

Tim Crouch is an Obie award-winning playwright, director, and theatre-maker. He was an actor before starting to write and he still performs in much of his work. Plays include: Truth’s a Dog Must to Kennel (Lyceum Theatre), Superglue (NT Connections), Total Immediate Collective Imminent Terrestrial Salvation (NTS, Royal Court), I, Cinna (the poet) (RSC and Unicorn Theatre), Beginners (Unicorn Theatre), Adler & Gibb (Royal Court, Center Theatre Group), The Author (Royal Court), An Oak Tree (Traverse Theatre, National Theatre, Off-Broadway), I, Malvolio (Brighton Festival/world tour), ENGLAND – a play for galleries (Traverse Theatre/The Fruitmarket Gallery), Shopping for Shoes (National Theatre schools tour), and My Arm (Traverse Theatre).

As a director: House Mother Normal (Brighton Festival), Peat (Ark, Dublin), Jeramee, Hartleby and Oooglemore (Unicorn Theatre), The Complete Deaths (Spymonkey/Brighton Festival), The Taming of the Shrew and King Lear (RSC).

Tim created and co-wrote Don’t Forget the Driver, a six-part series for BBC2, which won Best TV Comedy at the Venice TV awards, 2019.

Other awards include: OffWestEnd Offie (I, Cinna (the poet)); Writers Guild of Great Britain, Best Play for Young Audiences (Beginners); John Whiting Award, Total Theatre Award (The Author); Scotsman Fringe First, Total Theatre & Herald Archangel Awards (ENGLAND); and Prix Italia for Best Adaptation in Radio Drama (My Arm).

Tim is published by Methuen Books.