Pat Anderson is an award winning writer for stage, radio, TV and film. She has been a writer since the 1980’s and teaches all aspects of creative writing for stage, radio and screen.
Pat was ‘writer in residence’ at the Liverpool Playhouse for two years and tutored at Liverpool University department of continued education. She was a tutor for Women’s Independent Cinema House (W.I.C.H.) in Rodney Street for five years and for WEA at Blackburn House and a women only centre – ‘The Swan Centre’ in Bootle. She has worked with asylum seekers, schools and in the community and has helped to write and devise community plays from the Dingle to Runcorn.
Pat won the Ovation Theatre Award for her play ‘A Bed for Rose’ and was a part of the team for ‘Fears and Misery’s Third Term’ which won Time Out’s ‘Best Political Play of the Year’.
She has written plays for Radio 4, Radio Merseyside, Sky TV and Channel 4.
Pat most recently had a play performed at Liverpool Unity Theatre – ‘Tales from the Blue Room’ which was written for a cast of seven women and part of the ‘Making Arts’ project.