February 2021 The thaw has brought site visits to London's green spaces for the post-lockdown staging of Furrow, a new play co-written with Abraham Parker for Vocal Point Theatre. Hopefully, as the world opens up the first performances will take place in July this year.
January 2021 Amidst the gloom of winter's dark and a lockdown, George Saunders has offered a wonderful gift to all readers and writers to lift the spirits. Having just finished his wonderful book, A Swim in a Pond in the Rain, I can only say thank you.
June 2020 The first draft of a new play finished; co-written - in the most unusual way -with Abraham Parker for Vocal Point. December 2019 Aching Parts: On the long list for the script development submission at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.
Sunday 23rd November 2019 Aching Parts: an informal reading with actors, Karen Archer, David Collings & Leda Douglas, to a small invited audience. The reading was followed by a feedback session with comments, questions and suggestions to help take the play forward.
Sunday 12th May 2019 Haunted: a script development workshop for a new play about the two Marys, Wollstonecraft and Shelley, with young actors at LEH School for Write The Girl project. Currently in development.
Sunday 25th November 2018 The Right Kind of Violence: reading with actors George MacKay, Kezia Joseph, Adam Newington, Faaiz Mbelizi, Karen Archer & Rupert Simonian.
November 2017 Mooring: tour of homeless and vulnerable centre and recovery colleges, including 240 Project, St Mungo's, Bethany House (Islington), Conway House (Kilburn), & The Spitalfields Trust, culminating in a final public performance at St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch on Tuesday 21st November.
June 2017 We Only Notice When It's Gone: finalist for the Galtelli Literary Prize, an international short story award in honour of Grazia Deledda.
January 2017 Yellow Fever: an abridged version of the play directed by Alex Buranova at Microtheater, Los Angeles.