Fiona Georgiou Hunt began the Harrogate Writers Collective in 2021 after moving to North Yorkshire and looking for a writing community to join.

Fiona works as a writer and creative  consultant who helps companies, producers, and individual writers take their ideas from conception to completion. She can provide support throughout the entire creative process, from structuring to development and submission.

Fiona started her career working on stage musicals Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, Crazy for You, and Les Misérables. Since then, Fiona has worked with a range of arts organisations in Australia and the UK including Sydney Opera House, Australian Theatre for Young People, Regional Arts NSW, HOME Manchester, Family Arts Campaign, The Mercer Gallery, The Script Department and Screen Yorkshire.

The current vice chair of Harrogate Theatre, Fiona is also a reader for NYC midnight international competition and as well as podcast host for The Script Department’s Women in Screenwriting and Archetypes shows, and development coordinator in the Script Department’s Writing Room. Fiona is currently working with Screen Yorkshire on their script editing programme and is soon to launch a event for new writing.


With a Masters in Screenwriting (Distinction) from Falmouth University, and a  track record of success in writing for the creative industries, Fiona has won screenplay awards at film festivals, been commissioned to write theatre, short films and TV, and developed writing programmes and audience development programmes for cultural institutions. She is a returning lecturer at Falmouth University in Screenwriting and has helped develop and produce numerous award-winning projects.

If you are looking for help taking your ideas from conception to completion, please do not hesitate to get in touch at fiona@harrogatewriterscollective.com or instagram @fionageorgiouhunt,or complete the form below.Fiona would be happy to discuss your project with you and provide you with a free consultation.

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