I’m a new playwright. In 2o1o I went on a two-day writing course and started a monologue that was to grow into my first play – Bones.
With the help of some very special people, Bones was produced in Derby and then later at the Edinburgh Fringe where it received critical acclaim and five-star reviews. Following its Fringe run, Bones went on to tour 19 venues across the UK and was published by Playdead Press.
At the moment I am working on two new plays: Finding Nana, which is based on my relationship with my maternal grandmother and her battle with dementia, and Swimming, a play inspired by my recent move to the Isle of Wight and my job as a waitress in a beach bar. Both will be produced and performed this summer.
My short play You, Me and the Rest of Them was produced by New Perspectives in 2012 and performed in four venues across the East Midlands. I am hoping to develop this into a full length play later this year.
Thanks for having a look. Let me know what you think.