I’m Fiona Georgiou-Hunt. I am a playwright, screenwriter, and fiction writer. Australian by birth, I now live in the UK, and as well as creative writing, I work in production, as a marketer and NED.
I started my career working in school holidays for theatre producers, Peter & Ellen Williams, at Philip St Theatre. At university, I launched a theatre company, Bauhaus, and a youth theatre company, Yorick before moving onto working on the large professional stage musicals Phantom of the opera, Miss Saigon, Crazy for You, and Les Miserables. Stage management credits include Grease, Nightwatch, The Dresser and Oh What a Lovely War.
In recent times I’ve worked for and written for with a range of arts organisations in various, including Sydney Opera House, Australian Theatre for Young People, Regional Arts NSW, Arts Conservators, and National Literacy Trust UK.
I have written a range of stage plays and screenplays and am currently completing a MA in Scrtipwriting at Falmouth University.
I have a Writing Certificate from Sotheby’s, a Bachelor of Education(Drama)(UNSW) a Graduate Diploma in Art History( ANU).