Ollie is a writer for stage and screen. His work has led to him receiving numerous award nominations including the BAFTA Rocliffe and Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize.
In 2019, following a series of rehearsed readings at Theatre 503 and a nomination for the Liverpool Royal Court Playwriting Prize, his play Cuttings was produced by Relish Theatre at the Hope Theatre for a three week run. At the same time, his short play The Strictly Curse was being revived at the Tabard Theatre by Get Over It Productions.
He is in process of having his play Butterfly produced by Jake Orr and is writing the book for a new British musical, Astrid Blume, which will open next year, and is currently sourcing funding for his first R&D.
Last year his monologue, Warm and Chewy, was read and ultimately performed at the Old Red Lion Theatre as part of a showcase from Blackshaw Productions. His short play, The Selfie Portrait, was performed at the Phoenix Arts Club by Caspa Arts. His play 11 was performed by Cast Iron theatres in Brighton, and The Strictly Curse was read and produced at the Southwark Playhouse by Some People Productions.
Previously, his play Coconuts was performed at the Lyric Hammersmith as part of their Evolution festival for emerging writers. He had a staged reading of his play in the beginning… at the Bloomsbury Festival of Words. His farce, What Worries Me, was produced for a limited run at the The Red Hedgehog in London. His Greek comedy, Those We Exile, was performed at the Almeida Theatre as part of their Greek Season. Finally, his play Hold for Three Seconds has been performed in London, Newcastle and at the Edinburgh Fringe.