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I’m a proud member of South London’s finest drag king collective, The Family Jewels. We’ve performed extensively across the UK and one of my drag characters Matty (an awkward teenage boy) features in Kiss me, Help! I hate you. You can keep track of what...

The lovely people at the National Centre for Writing run a great scheme called InnCrowd. InnCrowd takes spoken word, theatre or storytelling shows to rural pubs across the UK. In 2018 Inncrowd commissioned and co-produced a show written and performed by me and directed by the...

Rear View was a show I made in collaboration with experimental theatre veterans IOU and alongside wonderful writer and performer Cecelia Knapp.   Rear View was a mystery tour, live performance and participatory installation with multi level experiences using digital technology. Rear View was a unique interactive...

Cauliflower is a feel-good solo comedy theatre show about eating what we want.   I co-wrote and directed this show with Leila Nashef in summer 2019 and took it to PBH’s Free Fringe in Edinburgh, where Leila performed it every day for a month to full houses....

Cactus is a show I put together in summer 2019 and is an extended set of performance poems, some of which can be found in A New Game.   Cactus runs for 50 minutes and is available for bookings. This show has no technical requirements at all...

Melody was the first full-length stage show I made with my friend and collaborator Lucy Alan. Melody was an Unholy Mess Production.   Melody was a lyrical exploration of music and memory told around the structure of a journey home from a temporary office job. The show...

Above the Mealy-Mouthed Sea, supported by Arts Council England and was an Unholy Mess Production in association with Clapham Omnibus. Above the Mealy-mouthed Sea is an autobiographical show about the memory, performance and the reverberations of childhood trauma.   Above the Mealy-Mouthed Sea was co-written and directed by...

Bad Faith was a new collaborative piece for the stage, which I devised in with Belgian choreographer Tara D’Arquian and Icelandic designer Fridthjofur Thorsteinsson.   Bad Faith Premiered at Trinity LABAN in March 2018 and received a four-star review from Luke Jennings in The Observer.   Bad Faith is the epilogue of...