I love theatre that provokes, questions and imaginatively explores the human experience.
The stage can take you anywhere.
Audience members have described my work as surreal, lyrical, brave, beautiful and magic realist in style. I like to take the audience on an adventure delving into complex stories, treating them in an imaginative way. My plays have been performed at New Diorama Theatre, King’s Head Theatre, Theatre503, Omnibus Theatre, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre and Camden People’s Theatre. Come and see my work and you’ll understand what I mean.
I’ve come to playwrighting from directing (training at University of Kent and Rose Bruford College) and even when directing I rarely just directed a play. I would often re-arrange the text where I could or design the show as well or when adapting a story for a workshop with children, I’d ensure their own imaginations were incorporated into the work. I was assistant and then associate director at Apocryphal Theatre where the line between director, creator and performer blurred as we used a range of improvisational techniques, creating a new play every night or testing out ideas in our laboratory. All this means that I have a true grasp of the stage and what’s possible.
I’m currently working with director Sharon Burrell at To The Moon on a full production of my first full length play Godless Monsters, and am developing my new play The Future is Mine.
My plays The Last Request and The Birdcatcher were published in BRAND Literary Magazine.
All of the illustrations on this site have been designed by Andy Winter, an artist living in Brighton. Check out his website Winter Draws On for more examples of his work.