Adam Brace

Adam Brace
Come To Where I'm From

Writer

Adam was born in London in 1980.  He studied Writing for Performance (MA) at Goldsmiths.

His first full length play, STOVEPIPE, transferred to London in collaboration with the National Theatre and the Bush.

His second full length play, THEY DRINK IT IN THE CONGO, was produced and premiered at the Almeida Theatre in 2016.

Shorter plays include MIDNIGHT YOUR TIME, a one-woman show for Diana Quick; THE FOUR STAGES OF CRUELTY, a co-written piece based on Hogarth’s engravings; TAKING PART, a response to the Olympics at The Criterion Theatre.

His first script for film, BEST, won the 2013 Sundance London Short Film contest and was officially selected for Sundance Festival 2014 in Utah.

Adam is Associate Dramaturg at the Soho Theatre, an Associate Director at the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton and a Writer-in–Residence in the English Department at the University of Southampton. 

He also regularly works in Live Comedy and Fringe Theatre as a Director and Script Editor.