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All the world’s a stage…

Theatre tells us tales about our society and ourselves. As an actor, director and producer, it has allowed me to discover and share some surprising stories.


Inventing Utopia – the Drama of Dartington by Nick Stimson (Dartington Studio 31)

Love and Fire by Nick Stimson (Ariel Centre, Totnes)

Sake with the Haiku Geisha (Perry Street Theatre, New York), Fate’s Imagination (Players Theatre, New York) and Third Finger, Left Hand (Flatiron Playhouse, New York) by Randall David Cook



For Theatre Royal Plymouth

Management of regional and local projects through partnerships, practitioners and learning providers

Connections – a new writing scheme for young people in partnership with the National Theatre

 Fundraising for creative initiatives in theatre learning

Theatre of Science (£250,000 from Wellcome Foundation), The Obstacle Race (£40,000 from HLF/Big Lottery) and Dare to be Different (£15,000 from Widening Participation)

Programming, co-ordination and promotion of participatory activities and resources for the formal and informal learning sectors 


2D3D Design for Theatre and Performance for the British Institute of Theatre Designers and Plymouth City Museum

Creation and co-ordination of public and schools programming supporting a large scale touring exhibition on British theatre design 


Sake with the Haiku Geisha (Charlotte) for the Douglas Watt Critics Choice Readings Series (Neighbourhood Playhouse, New York)

The Farmer’s Wife for Creative Cow directed by Amanda Knott (New Theatre, Exeter)

The Merchant of Venice (Portia), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Titania), Twelfth Night (Viola), Private Garden, Dartington

The Accrington Pals (May), Cold Comfort Farm (Flora), On The Razzle (Melchior) Barn Theatre, Dartington

In Other Words as part of We’ll Meet in Moscow (Barbican Theatre, Plymouth and Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter)

Blithe Spirit (Ruth), The Glass Menagerie (Laura), Amy’s View (Amy) Palace Avenue Theatre, Paignton

Private Lives (Amanda), Peter Pan (Peter), Neighbourhood Watch (Magda) Little Theatre, Torquay

Words for Voices (readings) for the Agatha Christie Festival 



Theatre Royal Plymouth (James Corden, Susan Hampshire, Matthew Bourne and more)

Glyndebourne Touring Opera

Agatha Christie Festival (Kate Adie, Kate Summerscale, Ann Cleeves)

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