Daisy's swimming the relay, but her legs still jiggle and her front crawl is 'a bit f***ing feminine'. Daisy shouldn't be here, but she is.
(Performed at Underbelly, Soho Theatre, King's Head Theatre and Wilderness Festival for Old Vic New Voices)
'A compelling story, deftly told' The Stage
'There's so much to love about this show' The Scotsman
'Energetic and engaging' Theatrefullstop
'Beautifully woven, a poetic demonstration' Whatsonstage
Bedtime Story by Chris Woodley
Jody and Loch are a South London gay couple blissfully in the hot honeymoon period... Until Jody becomes fixated on starting a family and suddenly the bliss explodes.
(Performed at Theatre Royal Stratford East)
Claire by Bex Large
It's Kath's 56th birthday. She's got friends waiting down the pub, a faithful bottle of red and Clare looking over her. But something isn't quite right...
(Performed at the Arcola Theatre)
An Invitation/My Dad's Gap Year
An Invitation by Aaron Rogers
Romance, sex, attraction. An exploration of Love at it's very core. When was the first time you fell in love? I invite you to fall with me...
My Dad's Gap Year by Thomas Wright
Time is ticking for father and son when they both find themselves at a traffic light in life.
(Performed at the Tristan Bates Theatre)
2.1 by Emma Dennis-Edwards
A collaborative contemporary dance and physical theatre piece with Kansaze Dance Theatre, exploring gender and inequality within the corporate world.
(Performed at Rich Mix, Camden People’s Theatre and The Cryer, Sutton)
Legendary Children in the House of Fierce by Rikki Beadle-Blair
Can the all-singing, all-voguing, House of Fierce pull it together, or will the Legendary Children be torn apart? Shakespeare's timeless themes of disguise and hiding are sampled and re-mixed in a glittering mash-up of 21st century queer subcultures.