Priscilla Krahn is a poet, playwright and screenwriter from London with an interest in telling stories that are thought-provoking and convey important messages.
Priscilla wrote her first full-length play on Soho Theatre Writers Lab 2021-22, and is currently part of the Royal Court Theatre’s Introduction to Playwriting group. An extract of her play, Nucleus, was staged at the Omnibus Theatre.
With a passion to create work for both screen and theatre, Priscilla is an alumna of 7BlackWomen’s Writers Programme and Elysium Entertainment’s Writer Development Programme. She is also an alumna of the National Youth Theatre.
Outside of her script work, Priscilla enjoys writing poetry. Her poetry has been featured in the Royal Society of Literature’s quarterly magazine and read on BBC Radio London. Priscilla has completed the HarperCollins Author Academy for non-fiction writing.
As part of the African diaspora, Priscilla is of Ghanaian descent. Her values often seep a tender tone into her writing.