Plays

PLAYS

Autumn Terror

Winner of BBC Radio Wiltshire ‘Playwrite!’ Competition.

Old Town Theatre, Swindon Arts Centre

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In Victorian London, two prostitutes, Sarah and Anna, contemplate their safety at the height of the attacks by Jack the Ripper. Sarah is urged to leave by George, a trainee doctor but Sarah disappears after asking a charity for help and being rejected. Is escape from the poverty of the East End possible? 

Seeing You

Exeter University Reading The Future.

Northcott Theatre Big Read

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An old man sits in his wheelchair, listening to old records and cursing the staff of the institution he lives in. Paul, newly employed by the owners, strikes up a friendship with him which becomes a dangerous game of cat and mouse and somewhere in the distance the outside world gets closer and closer…

Telling Tales (A Radio Play)

Slovenian National Radio. Nominated for an award at ‘Prix ex aequo’ International Children’s and Youth Radio Festival

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Eight year old Adam loves stories. But there is one story that no one will tell him, the story of his mother and how she went away. And so Adam begins to tell his own stories to fill the void.

The Spice Box

Commission for The Barbican Theatre and Plymouth Museum

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The Spice Box is a site specific theatre piece inspired by the history of the Elizabethan House in New Street, Plymouth and the wider history of the city. Let the house guide you from room to room to meet the people, known and unknown who have added spice to the history of Plymouth.

Why Would You?

Commission for Barbican Theatre and Devon Collaborative Outreach Network

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Why Would You? tells the story of three young people trying to decide what to do next. What does the future hold? Is university life right for them? What if they fail? How will they pay for it? What happens if they don’t go?

 

SHORT PLAYS:

You Can Hide The Earth With Your Hand

Salisbury Fringe Short Cuts 2015, Sheila’s Stars

The Door

Commission for ‘In Other Words’ LGBT playwriting project 2016

Meet

Presented as part of LOVER 2015 by Heavy Weather at Etcetera Theatre, London

A Thousand Words

Presented as part of Little Pieces of Gold at Park Theatre, London 2014

Far Enough

Presented as part of ‘How Did I Get Here?’ at Salisbury Playhouse

Burnt

Presented as part of ‘Rocket Project’ at Salisbury Arts Centre

UNPRODUCED:

Lust/Violence/Happiness

The Morning Room (Radio Play)

Ravish’d By Magic (Radio Play)

John Dee, scientist, philosopher, mathematician and occultist. Prepared to go to any lengths to find the truth of how the world works. Prepared to commune with angels..or maybe devils in disguise…

 


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