Past Productions

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LITTLE BOXES by Joann Condon and Leonie Rachel

53Two Manchester

November 2021

Directed by Daniel Brennan

Starring Joann Condon


An excellent evening’s entertainment. What is better than a chance to laugh and cry within the same hour? Well done, Joann for holding a mirror up to the lives of the older ‘everywoman’. LITTLE BOXES - Manchester Theatre Academy

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 This may just be one of the most inspirational plays I have seen. Sure it’s small, but the message is huge. The ending is positive and hopeful, and there’s plenty of food for thought throughout. Little Boxes - 53Two (Review) - MancMuse

 Little Boxes does not avoid sentiment but is too truthful to become cloying. Little Boxes is a gentle but very funny look at the acting profession, and life in general, staged in a warm, intimate manner.Theatre review: Little Boxes at 53two, Manchester (

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WALK OF SHAME  by Stephanie Silver and

Amelia Marshall-Lovsey

Online@TheSpaceUK Season 2

January 2021

Directed by Michelle Payne 

Starring Stephanie Silver and Sam Landon


‘Walk of Shame....deserves praise for its representation of the male and female perspective of sexual consent’ - The Indiependent 

‘Walk of Shame is a disturbing play for all the right reasons’ - British Theatre Guide

‘What starts out as a fun, amusing little play quickly develops into something much more sinister, a play that messes in style with our pre-conceptions, with our biases, with that whole questionable image of lad culture, and, like all good theatre, really should make us examine ourselves for it’ - Everything Theatre


A new writing showcase of 10 new plays by female identifying writers create during lockdown.

26th May to 28th July 2020

The Competition by Caley Powell

Starring Alex Bull and Alex Middleton

Carnivore by Vivian C Lermond

Directed by Samara Gannon

Starring Emilie Maybank

Lots Of Minnows by Emilie Maybank 

Directed by Emily Jane Kerr

Starring Rosannah Lenaghan and Jumaane Brown

The White Hart by Judy Upton 

Directed by Leah Townley

Starring Jodyanne Richardson

I Digitally Do by Emilie Maybank 

Directed by Abigail Hirsch

Starring Saba Nikoufekr and Josie Sedgwick-Davies

Milton Keynes State Of Mind by Catherine O'Shea

Directed by Sophie Flack

Starring Moureen Louie and Gracie Lai

Tantrum Town by Vivian C Lermond

Directed by Roann McCloskey

Starring Yvonne Wan by Emilie Maybank

Directed by Niamh Handley-Vaughan

Starring Alex Maude, Emilie Maybank and Niamh Handley-Vaughan

Wishing by Tracey Hayward

Directed by Kitty Ball

Starring Jacinta Maud Hunter

Insurgence by Vivian C Lermond

Directed by Katie Turner-Halliday 

Starring Barbara Ashworth and Imogen Butler 




Showcase of female led new work inspired by Tennessee Williams plays, short stories and poems.

Studio 2, Trafalgar Studios

11th and 13th September 2019

Mister Paradise by Tennessee Williams

Directed by Gretchen Egolf  

Starring Maria Austin and Martin Edwards

Arbeit Macht Frei by Naomi Westerman 
Inspired by the essay “The Man in the Overstuffed Chair”

Directed by Katharina Reinthaller 

Starring Nicola Blackman, Molly Wheaton, Tom Gabriel and Cat White 

Dear Audrey by Jalice Corral 
Inspired by Tennessee Williams’ letters to Audrey Wood

Directed by Rebekha Murrell

Starring Maria Austin, Molly Wheaton and Cat White 

Happy Tenth of August by Chloe Ewart
Inspired by the short story “Happy August the 10th”

Directed by Lucy Foster

Starring Chloe Ewart and Amy Garner Buchanan

The Field Of Blue Children by Chloe Ewart 
Inspired by the short story “In the Field of Blue Children”

Directed by Sarah Berger 

Starring Claire Cartwright

Life Story by Madeline Schneider 
Inspired by the poem “Life Story”

Directed by Gretchen Egolf

Starring Molly Wheaton

Something by Tolstoi by Amy Garner Buchannan 
An adaptation of the short story “Something by Tolstoi”

Directed by Emma Jude Harris

Starring Amy Garner Buchanan, Louise Hoare and Misha Graham 

Dark Horse by Karran Collings 
Inspired by the short story “The Yellow Bird”

Directed by Franciska Ery 

Starring Sabrina Richmond and Megan Cusack

The End of the Party by Naomi Westerman 
Inspired by the short story “Two on a Party”

Directed by Tatty Hennessy 

Starring Wendy Morgan


SHARDS by Catherine O'Shea

Camden People's Theatre 

Camden Fringe 2019

August 2019

Directed by Abbie Lucas

Starring Karim Bedda, Vanessa Toral Diaz, Genie Kaminski and Robert Dukes

Stage Manager: Steph Siraut

Projection design: Abbie Lucas

Lighting Designer: Irene Delfanti 


'Shards is funny and sad in equal measure, and a refreshing exploration of the modern dating scene....and this is a charming piece of writing from a new talent' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Upcoming 

'This is a refreshingly intelligent play about intelligent people'

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ London Living Large 

THE NET by Zoë Guzy-Sprague

Co-Produced with Starbound Theatre

Tristan Bates Theatre

Camden Fringe Festival 2019

R&D at Poplar Union 

May 2019

Directed by Samara Gannon 

Starring Marta da Silva, Melaina Pecorini, Sue Moore and Yvonne Wan

Stage Manager/Lighting Designer: Irene Delfanti

Sound Designer: Ruth Sullivan 


‘well written and engaging study of human nature beyond the usual representations and it’s definitely worth seeing’ - Always Time For Theatre

‘The Net offers an interesting take from the perspective of those left behind in times of war.‘ - Theatre T

HEAR ME HOWL by Lydia Rynne

Work In Progress: The Landor Space and The Plymouth Fringe 2018

Old Red Lion Theatre and Vault Festival 2019

Directed by Kay Michael

Starring Alice Pitt-Carter 

Stage Manager: Katy Gerrard

Lighting Designer: Martha Godfrey

Set Designer: Sally Somerville-Woodiwis

Costume Design: Akshy Marayen


Simon Stephens: 'Lydia Rynne’s bad ass comedy is full of love and kindness and drumming and made me want to play the bass for the first time in 13 years. See the sh*t out of it.'

'Alice Pitt-Carter gives a ferocious performance in Lydia Rynne's exhilarating and refreshing monologue on conflicted attitudes to motherhood'

⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Stage

'keeps the audience captivated with humour and vivacity, giving us old-school feminist rage alongside millennial self-doubt and torturous self-awareness'  ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Young Perspective News

'this abandonment of conformity and embracing a subculture makes Hear Me Howl a kind of estrogen-fuelled reworking of Fight Club, with Jess finally comprehending her social bondage and screaming “up yours!'

⭐⭐⭐⭐ London City Night

'It’s depressingly rare to come across a show that portrays the experience of being a young woman with such minute accuracy... undercurrents of trying to recover yourself from what everyone else expects you to be run deep in this play, adding up to something seriously impressive'

⭐⭐⭐⭐ The Spy In The Stalls

Past Productions as Freelance Producer

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Digital Caravan Theatre

Small Truth Theatre

First collection 

SPIRIT OF CARNIVAL by Emma Dennis Edwards


ENOUGH by Abi Zakarian


SEPTEMBER SKIES by Jessica Butcher

Second collection 

WATER by babirye bukilwa 


TIME by Jessica Butcher 


RAGE by Chloe Todd Fordham

Winter Special

THE EMPEROR'S NEW unfairytale by Olivia Mace




Blood On The Clocktower - Main


by The Pandemonium Institute

Old Red Lion Theatre

London Horror Festival

October 2019


'Blood on the Clocktower Live proved to be thoroughly entertaining' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Theatre T 

A Great Fear Of Shallow Living


by In Tandem Theatre

Zoo Southside, Edinburgh Fringe 2017

August 2017

Directed by Bella Loudon


'With a wonderful cast and captivating words, A Great Fear of Shallow Living is a haunting but simultaneously beautiful piece of storytelling, and a well-told tribute to Selkie lore' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ FringeGuru 

'Fantastically well-done piece' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Broadway Baby


WENDY HOUSE by Cameron Harris 

Walk The Dog Productions

Vault Festival 2017 

February 2017

Directed by Bella Loudon 


‘This is a creatively crafted piece of theatre that aims to investigate the contagious influence of emotional abuse’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ London Theatre 1


DUBAILAND by Carmen Nasr

Flux Theatre

Finborough Theatre

February 2017

Directed by Georgie Staight


'Absolutely a play for today, Dubailand is rare in its ability to condense globalisation into drama.' - Matt Trueman, WhatsOnStage

'A very thought-provoking piece of theatre' - Bryony Taylor, Everything Theatre

'The story being told is an important one, dark and contemporary, and both the writing and acting are first class' - Holly O’Mahony, Exeunt Magazine

'The debate it affords is engaging, even-handed and robust' - Dominic Cavendish, The Telegraph


by William Shakespeare

Arrow and Traps Theatre

Upstairs At The Gatehouse

November 2016

Directed by Ross McGregor


Othello.... is intense, powerful and utterly compelling from start to breathless finish -  The Blog Of Theatre Things 


"Full of deft and daft comedy and engagingly performed, this production manages to breathe new life into Twelfth Night, allowing the company to bring their comedic talent to the fore. Fantastic. - Fairy-Powered Productions

'I cannot recommend the production more highly' - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2 London Theatre 1 


'one of the best versions of Othello I have ever seen'. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My Stage Is The World


NEVER THE SAME by Lily Lowe-Myers

Hatstand Productions

The Bridewell Theatre

October 2016

Directed by Matt Costain 


'Darkly comic, daring and moving, two women learn to what lengths they would go for each other' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ West End Wilma 


'Never the Same is a lovely, heart-warming story that challenges how far we ourselves might go to help and protect our own ‘best friend’' - London Theatre 1

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MIGHT NEVER HAPPEN by Doll's Eye Theatre

The Kings Head Theatre

May 2016

Directed by Amy Ewbank 


'One of the most powerful comments on modern day society I have ever seen, Might Never Happen should be viewed by men, women, young and old to stamp out the gross double standards of gender.'

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ West End Wilma

'Might Never Happen is an extremely well put together show that highlights a major issue experienced by large numbers of women every day. Whilst it is not always easy watching, it is certainly an interesting and intriguing piece that will guarantee intense conversations amongst everyone that sees it. And if those conversations move the world forward in tackling street harassment, then the cast and crew of Might Never Happen really will have done the world a great service.'

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ London Theatre 1

Past Productions as Assistant Producer, Production Assistant and Co-Producer



The Courtyard Theatre

March – April 2016

Produced by Spora Stories 

Directed by Ade Solanke




'East End Boys, West End Girls is an interesting perception into the lives of teenagers today' - The British Blacklist

Role: Assistant Producer



The Pleasance Theatre

December 2015 – January 2016

Produced by Peaceful Lion 

Directed by Ollie Fielding


'family-friendly, high-camp dose of festive fun' - Gay Times

Role: Production Assistant

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The Vaults

September 2015

Produced by Goatboy Enterprise, Upstanding Productions and The Actors Temple.

Directed by Andy Richardson


 “Never Ending Night” an interesting show which has a lot of potential' - Carns Theatre Passion

Role: Co-Producer


The Courtyard Theatre

July to August 2015

Produced by Palindrome Productions

Directed by Lesley Ferris


'A unique theatrical experience with some hard hitting themes that will stay with you for days'.  

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Everything Theatre

'It doesn’t try and give us any answers or impose an opinion, but does eloquently express the impossibility of finding a solution'  

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Carns Theatre Passion.

Role: Assistant Producer

LOADED by David Bown

Brockley Jack Theatre

November 2014

Produced by AlterEgo Theatre

Directed by Sean McGrath


'a finely crafted piece of times funny, poignant, sad and thought provoking' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Broadway Baby

'some of the most explosive writing, pristine production, and exhilarating cast on the fringe' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  Grumpy Gay Critic

Role: Assistant Producer