"The National brings to life the personalities and the power struggles that attended the opening of the National Theatre in 1963" Simon O'Hagan
'It's wonderful' Catherine Nixey, The Times on 'Victim' 8th July 2017
'Exposure would have been disastrous' - Ed Stoppard on Dirk Bogarde's risk starring in seminal gay themed hit 'Victim'.
Writing '1977' for BBC Radio 4, and why it's about so much more than "a transgender woman in the 1970s"
BBC Writers Room Monday 30th November 2015
1977: Story of transgender pioneer Angela Morley to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4
Independent on Sunday, 29th Nov 2015
‘The virtue of Wooley's play is that it conveys the extraordinariness of the seemingly ordinary... Wooley makes the point, very effectively, about the belated urge to compensate for the unlived life and the failure of families to communicate with each other’ The Guardian
The play’s greatest achievement is that it confounds expectations - what starts off as a study in family politics, reveals itself as an engaging and well-plotted thriller, as the blanks of the stranger’s past are slowly filled in.'