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Plays, performances and projects

Haribo Wedding    (2023)

Kids and grown-ups love it so...

Memories of 'the big day' pull tightly at the heartstrings of Niamh and her friends. After graduating high school, they plan to recreate the magic. Time for the ultimate Haribo Wedding.

commission for Strange Town Youth Theatre about the horror of nostalgia, infused with sweets.

Image credit: Andy Catlin

Gorbals    (2021)

A short drama about male mental health, the collapse of community spaces and Bruce Springsteen.


Produced by Kirsty Williams for BBC Radio 4. First broadcast as part of 'United Kingdoms: Sheltering' in September 2021.


Available on BBC Sounds  (begins at 13:00)

Image credit: BBC

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An 2D map of the United Kingdom.

In Burrows   (2018)

A delicate conversation about language and translation, performed by Andy and Amy Cheskin. Engaging, strange, funny and moving.

"an encompassing, eye-catching collection of human interaction and understanding" ​

★★★★ The Wee Review

Supported by Glasgow Connected Arts Network and WASPS Artists' Studios. Premiered at Tron Theatre, Glasgow (2018).

Scribble   (2017)

Bran flakes, anxiety and gravity. An exploration of obsession, compulsion and supermarkets, performed by one actor who seen the script and one actor who hasn't.


Directed by Amy McKenzie, starring Alan MacKenzie. Winner of the 2017 Assembly Roxy Theatre Award.

"Heartbreaking, furious play looking at mental illness" - The List ​
"A curiously hard work to forget, perhaps because the ideas floating underneath it are compelling" - Exeunt
★★★★ EdFringe Review


Other things

  • Interviews with dramaturgs across Scotland via

  • Collected writings about theatre and dance for Exeunt Magazine

  • Collected writings about video games for immersive performance for Neon Books

  • Digital working group Make It Accessible for Birds of Paradise Theatre Company.

  • Forthcoming includes short story collection 'Career Ending Incidents', sci-fi Chekhov adaptation 'Swan Song for CHA X5, and the improvised performance for domestic spaces 'Read These Pages'

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