• Faebian Averies

Faebian is the current Writer in Residence for BBC Wales.

Her TV credits include, “Warren” (BBC1), “Captain Beany” (Channel 4) and “Crazy Science” (BBC3).

Theatre credits include “How To Become Visible” (Tristan Bates Theatre), “Purple Cabaret” (The Arcola), ‘Adriana’ in “The Comedy of Errors”(Clocktower Theatre) and ‘Emily Webb’ in “Our Town” (Everyman Theatre).

Faebian is also a writer-performer, having showcased her work at events in The Arcola Theatre and The Old Red Lion last year.

Faebian has written two one act plays, performing both at Camden’s Etcetera Theatre to sell out audiences. Her first play “Detention” was transferred to Croydon’s Front Room in July 2019.

Faebian is a member of Chippy Lane Productions WFW (The Welsh Female Writers) and performed an excerpt from her one woman show at their ‘Who run the world?’ event. During lockdown she completed writing and recording a short piece for their Podcast – EVO – which you can listen to here!

Following the Chippy Lane event, she was contacted by a BBC development producer who requested more scripts. Faebian was then invited to participate in a year long development programme with the BBC Writersroom which she began in September 2019.

Also during lockdown she entered other competitions and has been shortlisted for both the Theatre Royal Haymarket’s ‘Pitch This’ and Flux Theatre’s Emerge Programme.


[Detention] is both parts hilarious and touching- a must-see***** Cardiff Theatre Review

The arguments [Averies] puts forwards surrounding classism and the pressure of coming of age shine brightly through Drama Teacher Critic

When I go back downstairs, the pub isn’t the grim place I remembered. It’s buzzing. What a difference an hour makes London Theatre Marathon