Anna Jordan won the 2013 Bruntwood Prize for her play Yen after having been twice longlisted for her plays Marianne and Chicken Shop. Yen has had productions at Manchester Royal Exchange, the Royal Court and MCC New York as well as several international productions. It was also shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize 2015-2016.
Recently, Anna has written POP MUSIC for Paines Plough and The Unreturning for Frantic Assembly which will both tour from September 2018. She has also adapted Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage and Her Children for Headlong.
Other theatre writing includes We Anchor In Hope (Royal Court Theatre - Beyond the Court), A Serious Case of the Fuckits (CSSD), Chicken Shop (Park Theatre), Freak (Theatre503 / Assembly Studios) and Offliners (LAMDA).
Writing for TV includes Succession (HBO), and a pilot of her own drama series on addiction Cluck (Little Brother Productions). Film includes The Ivory Year. (LAMDA) She is currently in the writer's room for Killing Eve (Sid Gentle).