Frances McNeil
Frances McNeil

Information about Frances McNeil’s scripts for BBC Radio and dramas/dramatizations for BBC Schools can be found on the Diversity website  read more... 

 As well as an original television play LEILA, Frances has contributed episodes to series 

Theatre Plays include:
Flo's Girls

 First produced at Manchester Library Theatre

Nominated for Time Out Award


Premiered at the Dublin Theatre Festival, followed by national tour

a tour de force’ Liverpool Post

Published by Popular Productions

CHILDREN OF HAMELIN in Changes  – what happens to the children after they are enticed into the mountain by the Pied Piper? Told in the style of Robert Browning.  John Murray, 1990. ISBN 0-7195-4806-3 
TRAPPIN’  toured to schools by M6 Theatre Company, Rochdale, and  by Theatre Clwyd.  
Published in anthology ‘Ask Me Out’ Upstage series, edited by Rony Robinson for Hodder & Stoughton, 1991 ISBN 0-340-50856-6 
Viv and Jane used to go ‘trapping’ for boyfriends, but now Viv is trapped in marriage to the increasingly violent Garry. The play draws on Augusto Boal’s techniques to ask the audience, "What would you do in her place?" 
OUR STREETS  OUR LIVES, REFUGEE, MERCIAN NIGHTS, BEYOND THE BEANSTALK, WOUNDED, SAFE WITH US for Nottingham Youth Theatre, Nottingham Playhouse Roundabout Company, York Theatre Royal Young People’s Theatre, Action Transport Theatre and Red Ladder