Alecky Blythe

In 2003, Alecky Blythe founded the verbatim theatre company, Recorded Delivery – the term ‘recorded delivery’ has now become synonymous with the particular verbatim technique she employs.

For the National: London Road

Other productions include: Come Out Eli at the Arcola; Strawberry Fields for Pentabus; Cruising for the Bush; Little Revolution at the Almeida; Friday Night Sex at the Royal Court; Where Have I Been All My Life? at the New Vic; Decade for Headlong and National Theatre; Do We Look Like Refugees?! at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh (Fringe First Award); The Girlfriend Experience at the Royal Court and Drum, Plymouth and Young Vic; I Only Came Here for Six Months for KVS and Halles de Schaerbeeck, Brussels; and All the Right People Come Here at the New Wimbledon. 

The Riots; In their Words (writer and co-director) and A Man in a Box. Film includes London Road (adaptation).

Come Out Eli - Time Out Award, Best Production on the Fringe (transferred to the BAC for the Critic’s Choice Season) 

London Road - Critics’ Circle Awards, Best Musical.

(Updated February 2022)