Ava
Pickett

Writer and Performer

Ava Pickett is a writer and performer; she graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2018 and was also a member of Soho Theatre Writers Lab of that year. Ava's first commission was to write ROOTS for Radio 4 which aired in 2020 with a cast led by Vicky McClure and was Comedy of the Week. In 2020 Ava was a resident Playwright at The Mercury Theatre in Essex.

Ava is also currently developing ideas with Calamity, Big Talk, and Drama Republic with whom she is currently writing a pilot script of her original 60 min MOLLY for BBC One. Her half hour comedy THE GREAT BRITTONS is being developed with Golden Path and has been optioned by Channel 4. She is also writing on Danny Brocklehurst's latest show TEN POUND POMS for Eleven. Ava is adapting 90's film PRET-A-PORTER into a TV Series for Miramax and Paramount Plus.

Ava will go on to adapt the first in M.A Bennett's series of S.T.A.G.S novels for Annapurna and Urban Myth, and then John Wyndham's THE TROUBLE WITH LICHEN for Route 24.

CV

Television

Writer 

Adaptation of John Wyndham novel for Television

Route 24
In Development

YA Adaptation

Urban Myth and Annapurna TV
In Development

Adaptation of 90's Film into TV piece

Miramax for Paramount
In Development
Creator Danny Brocklehurst
Eleven for BBC
Golden Path for Channel 4
In Development
Big Talk Productions
In Development
Big Talk Productions
In Development
Drama Republic
In Development
Storyworld
In Development

Film

Co-writer 

Rustle Up Productions Broadcaster

Theatre

Writer 

In Development

The Mercury Theatre

Radio

Writer 

A working class comedy featuring Vicky McClure and the cast of Nottingham’s TV workshop. 


Broadcaster BBC Radio 4