ANGUIS, 2019

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Gilded Balloon Dining Room, Edinburgh Fringe

Cleopatra’s death by asp is a common myth, largely scientifically disproven. Set in a broadcast recording center, Anguis is an imagined conversation between the great pharaoh Cleopatra and a contemporary immunologist. Join us in the studio as we unpack Cleopatra’s story, exploring alternatives to the fetishised popular truth.… Read More

VESPERTILIO, 2019

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VAULT Festival, London, SMOCK ALLEY, Dublin Fringe

The rest of his species was declared extinct.
His location is a closely guarded secret.
He is the last of his kind.

Vespertilio is a new play about love, loneliness, lies and bats. The story of one man’s obsession and the charming young runaway he meets in the dark.… Read More

A HUNDRED WORDS FOR SNOW, 2017-2019

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VAULT FESTIVAL, London, TRAFALGAR STUDIOS, London

“It’s a bit weird to be sitting in the Arctic Circle chatting to a fit boy with your Dad’s ashes in your backpack”

Rory’s Dad was an explorer. Well, not literally. Literally he was a Geography teacher. But inside, she knows, he was Bear Grylls.

And when he dies suddenly in an accident, Rory knows he needs her help to make one last expedition.… Read More

SECONDBESTS, 2018

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VAULT FESTIVAL, London

A woman, a man, an air-con caravan. Two strangers on a road trip across the States. One’s heartless, one’s heartbroken. Mismatched fools seeking one last lick of warmth, soaring gracefully from pedestal to ditch.

A story of laughter and alcohol, heartbreak and gasoline, exes and whys. Will they find love or do opposites subtract?

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ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE IF YOU THINK ABOUT IT HARD ENOUGH, 2017

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The Old Red Lion Theatre, London

“If you think really really hard can you make anything happen? Can you fall in love? Win the lottery? Solve unhappiness?”

ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE IF YOU THINK ABOUT IT HARD ENOUGH is a play about loss and about love. It is about wanting to fix someone you didn’t mean to break.

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