Ambreen Razia is an actress and writer best known for her one woman show, The Diary of a Hounslow Girl, published by Aurora Metro books and currently in development as a TV series. Ambreen’s second play, POT, focuses on girls in gangs, exploring the landscape of Britain’s children in the care system who are impacted by gang culture. She won Best Newcomer at the Asian Media Awards in 2016.
Acting credits include Murdered by my Father (BBC Three), On the Middle Day (Old Vic Theatre) and Random Acts (Channel 4). The Diary of a Hounslow Girl was nominated for best stage production at the AMA awards in 2016.
In the press
"Ambreen Razia proves to be as talented a writer as she is a performer. Smart, astute and funny.” ★★★★The Stage
"Ambreen Razia’s performance is astonishing and engaging"
★★★★★ British Theatre Review
Contact for touring
Ambreen Razia, Maeve O'Neill
Ambreen offers outreach work around the themes of her plays, including gang violence, identity, cultural and generational barriers, female solidarity, mother and daughter relationships, and children in care.