Miran Hadžić was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, which was at the time a part of the former Yugoslavia. His family moved to London in 1992, where he has grown up and still lives.

Credits include:
‘Come To Where I’m From: London’, Paines Plough/Tamasha, Ovalhouse (2016)
‘Happy’, Omniwrite Showcase, Clapham Omnibus (2015)
‘The Day After (They Went Off On One)’, VAULT 2015. Nominated for an Origins Award for Outstanding New Work.
‘The Love and Devotion of Ridley Smith’, Old Red Lion (2014)
‘Toolbox’ (short), Invertigo, Pleasance Theatre (2014)
‘I Started A Fire’ (short), The Miniaturists, Arcola (2014)
‘Feral’ (short), Winner of RedFEST, Old Red Lion (2012)

Miran’s work has been longlisted twice for the Bruntwood Prize. He was a member of the Forum for Young European Playwrights at the 2014 New Plays from Europe Festival in Wiesbaden, Germany. He is a part of Tamasha Writers Collective and is also an Associate Writer at Clapham Omnibus.

Miran recently completed an invitation writers group with the Royal Court and he is currently working with TV company Balloon Entertainment.