Sam Sedgman is a novelist, playwright and an award-winning digital producer. He has a first class honours degree from the University of Warwick in English and Creative Writing, and holds a Master’s in Text and Performance from RADA and King’s College London.
He works as a digital project manager for the National Theatre, where he runs their On Demand In Schools project, as well as hosting and co-producing their podcast. He has previously worked as a freelance digital producer for arts and literature organisations across the country, and founded a company creating bespoke murder mystery treasure hunts for adventurous Londoners.
His plays have been performed in three countries, and his work has been shortlisted for The Courtyard Theatre Award. He has written articles on culture, technology and free speech for The Guardian, Complex UK and The Space.