Billie Collins is a writer for stage, screen and audio. She’s also a journalist, programmer and the Squad’s Administrator.
Her play Too Much World at Once was written on attachment with Box of Tricks Theatre in Manchester during their 2019-20 PlayBox residency. She is currently under commission with the company to further develop the play for production in a future season. She has also recently worked with ThickSkin Theatre on a devised project co-created with the students of Pendleton College.
Her other previous work has been staged at the Lowry Theatre Studio and online with Theatre 503. She was a participant in Film Hub North’s 2020 Script Lab and interviews filmmakers for BFI NETWORK. She has previously developed short films with the young people of the TV Workshop Salford, programmed and hosted online events for the BFI London Film Festival, BFI Flare and the BFI Film Academy, and has been a script reader for organisations such as the Liverpool Everyman Theatre and Red Planet Productions.
She is the co-creator and host of Even Baddies Wear Helmets, a podcast all about the craft of making children’s TV, explored in conversation with the sector’s leading writers, directors, producers and actors.