Theatre: The Word Garden in Action
Script-writing: a selection
  • Voices Carry, script adaptation and direction of Paul Joseph’s article on passive resistance during political struggles in South Africa, at the Babylon Gallery, March 2017.
  • The Gypsy Play at Café Marguerite, based upon research and archive transpositions for The Family Adams Project, published in The Living Memory Book, Littleport, April 2012.
  • Time, an art-performance of drama and poetry, with four painters and four actors portraying their artist at work, their dreams and desires, Cambridge Arts Movement, June 2010.
  • Annie Hurst, a winning monologue, The Hippodrome Theatre, West Yorkshire, 2009.
  • The Philosopher’s Wife, a poetic monologue, Michaelhouse, Cambridge, 2008.
  • Watchwords, an historical community play for young people, Littleport, 2007.
  • A Conspiracy of Ghosts, jointly scripted with Clare Crossman, the poetic prose poem was performed for International Women’s Day at the Babylon Gallery, Ely.
Producing, Directing, Workshops
  • Voices, a self-funded, collaborative, awareness raising dramatic production, by a group of fifteen enthusiastic local volunteers, as storytellers and Production Team from concept to performance.
  • Talking Heads, Alan Bennett, a West Yorkshire regional touring show.
  • The Vagina Monologues, a benefit production. Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, 2004.
  • Drawing on the Earth, research across West Yorkshire sites, shown in an exhibition at the Hourglass Studio Gallery, with the support of the Arts Council.
  • The Gypsy Play at Café Marguerite, based upon research and archive transpositions for The Family Adams Project, published in The Living Memory Book, Littleport, April 2012, working with 15+ young people on script development, rehearsals, performance, production
  • Time, an art-performance of drama and poetry, Cambridge, June 2010.  Researching, interviewing four artists, matching those with four actors in a sell-out production of poetic drama
  • Annie Hurst, a winning monologue, The Hippodrome Theatre, West Yorkshire, 2009.
  • The Philosopher’s Wife, a poetic monologue, Michaelhouse, Cambridge, 2008.
  • Watchwords, an historical community play for young people, Littleport, 2007.  Archive research, transpositions from findings into script development with young people.  Rehearsals, production, performance.

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