Kit Lambert

Kit Lambert is a Cardiff-based television writer who is a past graduate of the BBC’s Continuing Drama Series Writers’ Academy. To date he has written multiple episodes for all of the BBC’s Continuing Drama Series; in the last two years he has completed new episodes of EASTENDERS, CASUALTY and HOLBY CITY. He has also written several episodes for the last three series of BBC’s FATHER BROWN and two series of THE CORONER. Currently he is working as lead writer on new daytime series SHAKESPEARE AND HATHAWAY for the BBC, and has an original comedy drama idea under option to Hat Trick, Kit has previously been commissioned to write an episode of CRITICAL for Sky One (Hat Trick) and ITV commissioned two scripts of his original drama LIFERS with Craig Cash’s company Jellylegs. He also had original drama ideas optioned by Company Pictures and Headstrong Pictures, a co-devised original comedy idea optioned by Hat Trick, and a drama treatment commissioned by Rondo Media. Kit has previously written for Red Planet Pictures' BBC Wales TV drama, CRASH, created by Tony Jordan.

Kit is also a playwright, and has previously written plays for Paines Plough (Wild Lunch), Hijinx Theatre Company, Sherman Cymru, Kompany Malakhi, Dirty Protest and the Wildcard Theatre Company. Kit collaborated with four other writers on True Fiction's production of THE EXQUISITE CORPSE (Edinburgh Festival 2008, Southwark Playhouse). His short play THE LUNCH BREAK was optioned by Fiction Factory Films following its performance in Cardiff. He was commissioned to write a new play for Sherman Cymru, DELUGE, performed in June 2010, and has participated in writing projects with Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Kit has written showcase scripts for the last four years for the acting students at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, and his Monologue THE ODYSSEY OF DIMITRI AMIRAS was performed at the Hotbed Festival 2012. Most recently Kit has worked as script consultant and dramaturg on a new circus-theatre project for Flying Diplodocus.

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