Dir. Annabel Arden (original production)
Clive Mendus & James Yeatman (remount) Complicite

Tricycle/International tour (17.12.14 – tbc)

Bristol Old Vic/Liverpool Playhouse/Oxford Playhouse/Warwick Arts Centre/West Yorkshire Playhouse/Unicorn (29/5/13-21/7/13)

[Adaptation of the bestselling novel by Zizou Corder.
**** The Guardian, The Times, Mail on Sunday, Evening Standard, Financial Times]

New Labour

Dir. Richard Wilson

RADA (20.11.14-29.11.14)

[Large cast play about working in a call centre, zero hour contracts and the pursuit of fame. Cast of 10.]

// –

Trigger Warning

Dir. Natasha Nixon

Young Vic Theatre (11.11.15)

[Monologue exploring the issues of trigger warnings, starring Raquel Cassidy and dancer Daniel Hay-Gordon]

The Children Are Our Future

NYT (15.8.14)

Dir. Natasha Nixon

[Work in development project about the UK’s tech boom. Cast of 14]

Cheer Up This is Only The Beginning

Dir Gemma Kerr

Liverpool Everyman Playhouse (11-14/11/11)

[Co-writer. Site specific commission for the Liverpool Everyword Festival developed in collaboration with award-winning writers Chloe Moss and Helen Blakeman.]


Dir. Carissa Hope Lynch

New Wimbledon Theatre Studio (8-10/4/11)

[Youth play commission for New Wimbledon’s Young People’s Theatre.]

Lovers Walk

Dir. Gemma Kerr

Southwark Playhouse (14/09/10-3/10/10)

Brighton Festival (6/5/10-23/5/10)

[Co-writer. A promenade piece, which uses the form of a tour guide to dissect the history of a relationship.]

Moshing Lying Down

Dir. Rachel Briscoe

Green Man Festival (22/8/10-25/8/10)

Shunt (17/6/10-19/6/10)

Ipswich Pulse Festival (3/6/10)

[Developed with Fanshen Theatre. Formally dynamic play about gigs, young love and one night stands.]

True Love Waits

Dir. Adam Quayle & Hannah Tyrell-Pindar

Theatre 503 (22/7/10)

Latitude Festival (15/7/10-19/7/10)

[Co-writer. Three very different women write to a prisoner on death row.]

Our Lady of Soho

Dir. Gemma Kerr

Wilson Studio, Royal Court Theatre (14/5/09)

[Rehearsed reading. Play about a young boy coming of age against the seductive but seedy backdrop of Soho. Cast included Eleanor Bron, Raquel Cassidy, Hugh Ross and Luke Treadaway.]