As producer, I worked with Olivier nominated choreographer (Cabaret), Julia Cheng, in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire's Heritage Hub,  

Ghost Papers (2016) was part of Sparks Might Fly bringing academic researchers into partnership with world class performance artists to make their research accessible to the public. 

Based on the research of Dr Janice Norwood into the history of a largely-forgotten group of Victorian English actresses, we invited Julia (House of Absolute) to collaborate and create this unique piece of performance research.  



As director and co producer, I worked on the adaptation of Miriam Halahmy's highly successful novel Hidden. 

We worked with playwright, Vickie Donoghue, to co produce with Forest Forge Theatre Company a regional tour of schools and venues in 2018. 

Supported by Arts Council England, we toured to young audiences throughout the greater south east, including the extraordinary opportunity to present at Miriam Halahmy's, Alyth Synagogue in North London. 

In schools alone we reached over 1494 young people with this dramatic tale of asylum seeking, in which our young heroine realises that 'we have more in common than that which divides us'.   




As artistic leader I produced this collaboration with Thurrock Council, Luton Culture and the Royal Opera House, to create 'Its Our Theatre', a nationally recognised engagement and talent development project, funded by Arts Council England, Thurrock Council, Luton Culture, The Port of Tilbury and Comic Relief. 

From its inception in 2008, and over the next 5 years, Its Our Theatre connected with over 14,000 talented young people from diverse and economically challenged areas of the greater south east of England, in places such as Luton, Thurrock, North Norfolk and Corby. 


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