The Bear / The Proposal

A queered production of two of Chekhov’s short plays, (Young Vic, directed by Lucy J Skilbeck as a Genesis Future Director and performed by George Ikediashi, Rebecca Root and Kamari Romeo)

Milk Presents: Self Service

A raucous, punk style, cabaret-inspired exploration of what it means to queer the world, (with Europe Art Touch International Residency and Escalator East)

“A messy, knowing, joyous tender, angry piece of Cabaret” – The Stage.

A Real Man's Guide to Sainthood

A bike powered, overhead-projector animated, musical exploration of masculinity, following the story of George and the Dragon (with The Point Eastleigh, UK tour).

“Like being caught in the hyperactive mind of a sugar-fuelled child” – British Theatre Guide.

Young Vic SEN Festival

A cabaret show in response to Public Enemy by Henrik Ibsen starring the class of Tuke School including a live band and immersive over-head-projection. (Made in collaboration with Tangled Feet, Look Left Look Right, Young Vic Taking Part and three schools from around Lambeth and Southwark)

Youth Theatre Double Bill

A double bill of contemporary writing giving voice to young people. Daffodil Scissors by Philip Ridley & Burn by Deborah Gearing (The Berry Youth Theatre)

Strawberries & Steam

Intergenerational, immersive, cabaret show about the strawberry picking heritage of Hedge End, in collaboration with the Hedge End Women’s Institute, Spinney Hollow and Wildern community choir. (The Berry Theatre, Hedge End)

Bluebeard: A Fairytale for Adults

An anarchic pedal-powered musical spectacular, about power, control, and the lure of a happy-ever-after (with The Point, Eastleigh). Shortlisted for Total Theatre Award.

“Play-school meets Weimar cabaret” – The Guardian, Edinburgh Act of the Day. 

454 Grams

A dirty, bike-powered, DIY, postdramatic retelling of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice, (Graduate project, nominated for Buxton Fringe Award)

“This went on for far, far too long: it felt like a nasty, overly violent and unpleasant 5 minutes of constant spitting and shoving, and the resulting mess, smell and atmosphere was just vomit-inducing.” – Fringe Review