David Chikwe is a writer-producer and co-founder of Three Tables Productions. Since launching Three Tables in 2018 it has won development commissions from BBC, Red Arrow, Fremantle and Impact X, in addition to securing slate funding from the BBC and a first-look deal with eONE. In 2021 Three Tables was named as one of PACT’s Future 30, celebrating 30 of the UK’s most exciting emerging production and distribution indies, and boasts a diverse slate of award-winning writers.
Prior to Three Tables, David was a series producer at Leopardrama where he oversaw the development and production of the BAFTA-nominated CBBC series Eve (2015 – 2016), co-created with Emma Reeves. David also co-created and script-edited two series of BBC’s Missing (2009 – 2010) as well as developing and raising finance for filmmaker Terence Davies’ Mother of Sorrows. As a freelance script-reader he worked for BBC and on Channel4’s Coming Up (2007). He also produced music promo Do It Again for The Ting Tings (2014).
Based in Birmingham, David has written episodes for CBBC’s Dumping Ground (2019 – 2021), Nickelodeon’s HUNTER STREET (2021) and has his own original young adult (YA) series Alters in development with Three Tables. David is repped by Kitson Press Associates.