About Sir Charles Rafter, Chief Constable of Birmingham City Police. Part of Behind Bars: Ghosts of the Lock-Up, Steelhouse Lane, with Bold Text Playwrights
Two women in love, but can it survive their backgrounds and traditions? Park Theatre.
A short play about Narcissism, Bold Text Playwrights@Open Door at The REP, Birmingham
Illusions of Democracy
Set in 1975 on the day of the Common Market Referendum, hairdresser Janice wants to move into a commune while Tony intends to change their lives with his time machine. Part of Eurotrashed, at Birmingham Rep, Open Door. Directed Bob Eaton, 2016
AD 33, Jerusalem, six women are laying the table for a Passover supper and anticipating the arrival of Jessica and her six female followers. Directed by Ashley Davies, 2016. Arcola Theatre
One Small Step
Part of Leap, at Bold Text Playwrights @ The REP, Birmingham. Three people decide to throw themselves off a bridge at the same spot at the same time. Directed by Peter Leslie Wild, 2016.
A lonely woman meets a stateless man in the airport shop. Part of Sunstroke, a response to the attack on tourists at Sousse. Birmingham Rep, a BOLDText playwrights project, directed by Jessica Dromgoole 2015.
Like Happy Stuff
Part of Twelve, a collection of short plays by 12 writers on the theme of honour-based violence, Kali Theatre, toured London and the Midlands 2015, originally staged at Tristan Bates Theatre 2014.
A short play in response to David Cameron’s Big Society.
Joint winner Capital Festival of New Writing.
Hundreds & Thousands
Part of The Russell Brand Effect: The Morning After, A response to the General Election. Birmingham Rep, a BOLDText playwrights project, directed by Ola Animasawan, 2015.
A monologue. Part of Selfies, Open Door, Birmingham Rep/ a BOLDText playwrights project, directed by Jessica Dromgoole
Arcola and Kali theatre. Short plays and monologues based on interviews with older local, indigenous and immigrant communities about their childhoods. Directed by Janet Steel.
Curve, Leicester and Kali Theatre. Short plays and monologues based on interviews with older local, indigenous and immigrant communities about their childhoods, directed by Kate Chapman.