Molly Naylor

Writer, Poet, Performer

Represented by

Louisa Minghella

Molly Naylor is a scriptwriter, poet, performer and graphic novelist. Her stories and plays have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and she has performed at festivals and events all over the world. She has featured on several renowned radio shows and podcasts including A Good Read and The Guilty Feminist. Her third poetry collection is published by Bad Betty Press. She is the co-creator and writer of Sky One comedy After Hours. She wrote and performed the acclaimed solo spoken-word shows Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You and My Robot Heart. Her first graphic novel Lights, Planets, People! was published by Avery Hill in September 2021 and won the Broken Frontier award for best graphic novel. Her new live show Stop Trying to be Fantastic is currently touring the UK. She is currently working on several original TV projects, and her feature film 'I'll See Myself Out' is in development with Jeva Films. If you would like to enquire about licensing any of Molly's stage scripts, please contact


In Development:

I'll See Myself Out - Jeva Films

Stage and Radio:

Stop Trying to Be Fantastic - Touring, 2021-2022
Lights! Planets! People! - 2018
My Robot Heart - 2014
Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You - 2012, adapted for BBC Radio 4

Television and Film:

Office in Hackney - director, music video After Hours - Co-Writer/Creator, Sky One


Whatever You've Got - Bad Betty Press 2022
Lights! Planets! People! - Avery Hill 2021
Stop Trying To Be Fantastic - Burning Eye Books 2020 Badminton - Burning Eye Books 2016

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