For Paines Plough Alison wrote HUSH in 2017 and wrote and performed her own play as part of COME TO WHERE I'M FROM in 2010.
Alison’s theatre credits include: CLOTHES SWAP THEATRE PARTY (Forward Theatre Project); FAT ALICE (Traverse Theatre); A WONDROUS PLACE (Northern Spirit, tour); NEVER RAINS BUT IT POURS (Theatre503); THE GIRLS FROM POPPYFIELD CLOSE, CLINT (Live Theatre) and CAN CAUSE DEATH starring Olivier Award-winning actor David Bradley (Forward Theatre Project at the National Theatre, Northern Stage & Latitude Festival)
Alison has also worked with theatres and companies including nabokov, Old Vic New Voices, New Writing North and 5065 Lift.
Radio credits include Afternoon Drama DOLLY WOULD (BBC Radio 4) and YACKETY YAK (The Verb, BBC Radio 3).
In 2013, Alison was awarded the Live Theatre/Empty Space Bursary Award to develop her play THE SOAKING OF VERA SHRIMP and the play opened at Live Theatre in September 2014 and was subsequently produced by Live Theatre in association with Rosie & Me at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015.
Alison is a member of The Traverse Fifty and last year completed a 6-month attachment with Monkeywood Theatre.
Alison's first full-length play commission IRIS opened at Live Theatre, Newcastle in April 2016 (directed by Max Roberts).
Most recently, Alison was shortlisted for the Theatre503 Playwriting Award for her play CATERPILLAR.