Iman Qureshi


Iman is an award winning writer for stage, screen and radio and one of the Soho Six playwrights 2019. In 2018 she won the prestigious Papatango New Writing Prize with her play THE FUNERAL DIRECTOR which premieres at the Southwark Playhouse in October before a short regional tour with English Touring Theatre and Papatango. She has previously been commissioned by the BBC, Tamasha, Kalí and Purple Moon Drama and was shortlisted for the Soho Theatre’s Tony Craze Award. Under commission from Tamasha and Titi Dawudu Iman contributed two monologues to HEAR ME NOW a set of diverse monologues for diverse actors, the first of its kind, published by Oberon books. In 2017, Iman was selected by Film London for their London Calling short film slate with her short HOME GIRL, directed by Poonam Brah which was also selected for the 2019 BFI Flare Festival. Iman is working on her next play supported by Papatango and is developing her first script for television with support from the BBC.

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