Andy Moseley is a playwright, author and graduate of University of East Anglia's Creative Writing MA.
Andy teaches Creative Writing, English Language and English Literature offering a range of courses, personal tuition, and online classes for beginners and intermediate writers. He also offers a range of script reading services and detailed reports on draft scripts.
His plays include After We Danced, Casual Encounters, A Beginner's Guide to Populism, Are You Lonesome Tonight? Boxes, A Bridge Game Too Far, Heart Shaped Box and Going For Gold. A Bridge Game Too Far won the 2011 Roy Purdue New Writing Trophy at The Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, and was a finalist in the 2010 Ovation Theatre Awards at Whitby Pavilion Theatre. Are You Lonesome Tonight? and Casual Encounters are both available for amateur production and are published by Smith Scripts. Please click here for Casual Encounters and here for Are You Lonesome Tonight?
Casual Encounters transferred to the Courtyard Theatre in Hoxton following a highly successful 14 night run at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and sell . out shows every night at Etcetera Theatre, Camden in 2013.
After We Danced had a two week run at Edinburgh Fringe in 2015 with sell-out shows and four and five star reviews. Are You Lonesome Tonight? had its US premiere in Memphis in September 2015 and was performed there again in August 2016 for the anniversary of Elvis' death.
In 2016 Boxes received it's premiere at London Theatre Workshop, Leadenhall Market, London, and two short plays, Little Grains of Sand and Welcome to Whitemore got their first productions at the cornerHOUSE, Surbiton.
This year an extract from The Golden Child, a work in progress full length piece, was presented at The Traverse, Edinburgh in their pre-view event as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and a new one act play A Beginner's Guide to Populism was performed at The Cockpit, London as part of the Viola! Europe festival, after premiering at Summerhall, Edinburgh.
Andy's first book Around the States in 90 Days was published in 2009 and has been a fixture in the best selling travel books on Amazon since the Kindle edition was published in 2012.
Andy also writes theatre reviews for The Public Reviews and occasionally blogs as One Man Sitting.
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