Lucy Montague-Moffatt is an Irish scriptwriter based in Manchester and Dublin.

Lucy Montague-Moffatt


Lucy graduated with an MA in TV and Radio Scriptwriting at The University of Salford in 2016. Her afternoon radio drama ‘In His Kiss’ aired on BBC Radio 4 in July 2017.

Performing as a stand-up comedian for three years, she brought two original comedy shows to the Edinburgh Fringe 2011 and was a Funny Woman Competition 2012 finalist.

Her play ‘Hearts’ was chosen to be part of Fishamble’s Tiny Plays for Ireland and has gone on to be performed in New York, Washington, Russia and most recently Philadelphia.

She was the Writer-in-Residence for Inchicore College Dublin from 2011-2013 and wrote their first year play in 2018.

She is the Writer-in-Residence for The Gaiety School of Acting, writing their graduation play which opens in Smock Alley Theatre in June 2018.

Lucy writes for Ireland’s leading TV soap opera ‘Fair City’.



  • RTE ‘Fair City’

    Story Writer.
    February 2018 - Present

  • Kudos North Writer's Award

    Scriptwriter (shortlisted).
    January 2018


  • ‘In His Kiss’

    Radio play ‘In His Kiss’ aired on BBC Radio 4 in July 2017.

  • RTE Sunday Miscellany

    September 2013


  • Gaiety School of Acting

    2017 - Present

  • Fishamble

    Playwright, Tiny Plays for Ireland.
    March 2013

  • Inchicore College

    2011 - 2013 and 2018


  • Headstuff

    Humour piece for online magazine Headstuff.

  • Generation Emigration

    Article for the Generation Emigration section of The Irish Times.

  • ‘30 Under 30’

    A review of the publication ‘30 Under 30’.

  • The University Observer

    A selection of columns for The University Observer.