Héloïse Thual


Héloïse can be contact through Playwrights' Studio


French (native)

Playwrights' Studio

Former New Playwrights Award

Former Mentored Playwright

Héloïse Thual

Héloïse spent almost three years associated with Playwright's Studio, Scotland. First as a Mentored Playwright in 2014, where she wrote All Women Got Something Of Sido mentored by Clare Duffy. In 2016, she was a recpient of a New Playwrights Award and developed Unequally Of Clay And Diamonds under the mentorship of Alan McKendrick.

In March 2016, Héloïse received a small grant through the Tom McGrath Trust in order to help create her first production The Paper Bag in partnership with the Glasgow-based company, Urban Fairytales. The Paper Bag was first presented at the Tron before being
re-interpreted at Govanhill Baths.

In March 2018, her play The Bug In The Cup was performed at the Theatre Royal Dumfries, produced by Bunbury Banter.

Héloïse has also had some of her French poetry published in the second number of the poetic review L'Echarde

Photograph by Constance Thual

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