The C-Word Clubhouse

Come and climb into ‘The C-Word Clubhouse a brand new spangly eco-comedy-cabaret-bingo-disco about Climate Change; the coming curfew, the turd in humanity’s collective punchbowl! The C-Word Clubhouse has been developed with multi-award winning artists Caitlin McCleod of The Coterie, designer Max Johns and the world’s premier eco-centric bearded drag queen Timberlina! For 2 very special nights at Bristol Old Vic’s Ferment Festival […]

Read More

The Borrowers

An original adaptation of Mary Norton’s much loved children’s classic for Tobacco Factory Theatres, Christmas 2018.     “This captivating family Christmas show fizzes with exuberance, inventiveness and fun” – British Theatre Guide ★★★★★ – BroadwayWorld Uk  ★★★★ – The Stage  ★★★★ – Stagetalk Magazine  ★★★★ – The Reviews Hub  […]

Read More

Little Mermaid

Developed in collaboration with Pins and Needles Productions. “Bea Roberts’ Little Mermaid for the Egg theatre, Bath is, without exaggeration, a thing of beauty. Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale is mixed with British folklore ancient and modern in a story of teenage rebellion, feminism and, eventually, love” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★- The […]

Read More

Infinity Pool: A Modern Retelling of Madame Bovary

Fresh from a sell out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe at Bedlam Theatre. Nominated for a Total Theatre Award 2016.  Top Fringe Show to See as picked by The Independent, The Guardian, The Observer, The Stage and ‘Must See Show’ from Fringe Review. “Utterly unique and exceptional in every […]

Read More

The Southmead Soap

A large scale site specific soap opera telling the stories of the Southmead estate in Bristol performed by the residents; a Bristol Old Vic theatre and Mysers-Insole Local Learning production,  July 2017. From the Homes for Heroes of the 1930s’ through to the devastation of WW2 air raids, from 1950s’ […]

Read More

Thy Name Is Woman / BLACKOUT

Commissioned by Theatre Royal Bath for their Engage Programme, 2016 Thy Name is Woman: Twelve contemporary short films that give twelve Shakespearean female characters a final say performed by members of the Engage programme’s Acting for Screen course.  A Bath Theatre Royal Engage/Screenology co-production directed by Philip Perry, produced by Joe […]

Read More