Living Record @ Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018
@ VAULT Festival 2019
@ Brighton Fringe 2019
WINNER BRIGHTON FRINGE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
'The little one is listening still. Still there. Still beating heart and breathing lungs and believing believing believing me…'
As the memories of former patients collide violently with her own, a child psychologist attempts to record what she’s spent her whole life trying to forget.
But as time loosens its grip, and her recording equipment begins to argue back, we hear the inner workings of a mind on the brink of collapse.
With a microphone shaped like the human head and an audience with wireless headphones on, vivid soundscapes and whispered memories wash over the audience as they try to puzzle together the missing pieces of an almost forgotten life.
‘What we never really understood is that we shouldn’t have recorded what they remembered. We should have recorded what was forgot. It‘s in those gaps where the life lives.’
Featuring Jill Rutland
Directed by Ross Drury
Oxford School of Drama at Soho Theatre
You ever have one of those days when you’re sitting on the Tube – and you’re looking around at all these people and you just feel – not there.
And then you start thinking about really weird shit like –
Where is everyone going?
Where did they all come from?
Who’s sat in this seat before you?
Who’ll come after?
And – is this their story, or yours?
Directed by Chelsea Walker
Just Like Like a Circus
The Unseen Hour podcast
Episode 31: 'Alauda – A Midsummer Nightmare'
VAULT Festival and London Horror Festival, 2018
You know when you’re escorted by a policewoman from your place of work in handcuffs?
Naked, covered in someone else’s blood.
So embarrassing – handcuffs.
Men had always wanted Susi, even before she’d realised the power of her own body. Her wildness was too much for them and they wanted to tame her, keep her, control her. For years her animal instincts have kept her safe, but now she’s made a stupid mistake and she’s trapped – trying to figure out where she went wrong before her time runs out.
‘We all like an excuse to be bad.’
Big Bad is a blackly comic, supernatural tale of imprisonment, resistance, and female sexuality.
Featuring Arabella Gibbins
Directed by Deirdre McLaughlin
Produced by Sarah Morris
19th February – 10th March 2018
Bewley's Theatre Cafe, Dublin
‘You have to want to be here, wouldn’t you say. It has to be a choice you make yourself. Otherwise there’s no dedication. No heart.'
In an apartment somewhere in Dublin, May and Caitlin are on a mission to take back the looking. Up here, away from the prying, away from the eyes. They watch over the girls.
Darkly comic, claustrophobic and brutal, Peep is a tale about two almost-strangers, thrown together to fight for an almost-common cause. They could take over the world if they wanted to. But they probably won’t.
'That way madness, eh. That's the way it lies.'
Featuring Alexandra Conlon and Emily Fox
Directed by Gavin Kostick
Like I Care
He's Not There
Miniaturists at the Arcola Theatre, London
Caravan Shorts at VAULT Festival
Bold Tendencies, Peckham
Dir. Freddie Hall
Nominated: Best Writer at Underwire Festival 2015
How to Find Us
Oxford School of Drama
Soho Theatre, London
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