All Theatre

LOVE ‘N STUFF – THEATRE ROYAL STRATFORD EAST

‘A comedy two hander. ’ Sept-Oct 2013


THE EMPRESS – ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY

Swan theatre – Stratford Upon Avon.   2013.


THE BOY I LOVE – VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM

Original play for installation linked to Music Hall and Walter Sickert exhibition (Until Dec 2013)


WAH! WAH! GIRLS – SADLERS WELLS AND THEATRE ROYAL STRATFORD EAST THEATRE.

A British Bollywood musical. Peacock Theatre May-June 2012. Reopening at Theatre Royal Stratford East in Sept 2012.


MINDWALKING – BANDBAZI THEATRE.

An aerial play touring UK and India September – November 2011. Remounted for a second tour around Britain – 2013.


GREAT EXPECTATIONS – WATFORD PALACE THEATRE & ENGLISH TOURING THEATRE.

Feb- May 2011. Published by Oberon


BROOD – THEATRE ROYAL STRATFORD EAST.

Young adults tour. July 2010.


DREAMING BY DAY – UNICORN THEATRE/PLAYHOUSE FESTIVAL.

Play for schools. July 2010.


US OR THEM – NATIONAL YOUTH THEATRE AND HOME OFFICE.

Anti Knife crime play toured around Pupil Referral Units. Jan/Feb 2010.


2 YOUNG 2 LUV – BIRMINGHAM REPERTORY THEATRE.

Young people’s theatre. June 2009.


TALKING TO BYRON – NATIONAL YOUTH THEATRE AND HOME OFFICE.

Anti Knife crime play toured around Pupil Referral Units. March/April 2009.


MEET THE MUKHERJEES – BOLTON OCTAGON THEATRE.

May 2008. Published by Oberon


WHITE BOY – NATIONAL YOUTH THEATRE AT SOHO THEATRE

July 2007. Remounted at Soho Theatre in January 2008. Published by Oberon


CATCH

Unique group writing collaboration at the Royal Court with four other leading women writers – April De Angelis, Laura Wade and Stella Feehily. Produced in December 2006 in THE JERWOOD THEATRE AT THE ROYAL COURT. Published by Oberon


SUGAR MUMMIES – ROYAL COURT THEATRE

July/August 2006 and went on to tour Birmingham Rep and Bolton Octagon Theatres. Published by Oberon


GLADIATOR GAMES

A part verbatim play based on the racist murder of Zahid

Mubarek in Feltham YOI in 2000 and the resulting Public Inquiry. The play began in SHEFFIELD CRUCIBLE THEATRE IN OCTOBER 2005 AND WENT TO THEATRE ROYAL STRATFORD EAST. Remounted Feb 2006 at Theatre Royal Stratford East. Published by Oberon.


HOBSON’S CHOICE

A modern adaptation of Harold Brighouse’s ‘Hobson’s Choice’ for THE YOUNG VIC. June – Aug 2003 followed by a nationwide tour. Published by Oberon


FRAGILE LAND – An original play for HAMPSTEAD THEATRE March-April 2003. Published by Oberon


INSIDE OUT – Commissioned by CLEAN BREAK on the subject of women in the criminal justice system.

This included a period of research for three months at HMP WINCHESTER. 2002 Nationwide tour, and a run at the Arcola theatre in London. Published by Oberon.


SANCTUARY

An original play at The NATIONAL THEATRE for the ‘Transformation’ Season in July 2002 Completed a national tour. Published by Oberon


BERTOLT BRECHT’S – THE GOOD WOMAN OF SETZUAN

Commissioned to write a translation for the Royal NATIONAL THEATRE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. Toured nationally for six months and then ended the run at the Cottesloe Theatre in June 2001.


THE WAITING ROOM

Stage play commissioned by The NATIONAL THEATRE. PRODUCED AT THE COTTESLOE in May/June 2000 – starring Shabana Azmi. Published by Faber & Faber. Winner of the John Whiting award 2000.


A RIVER SUTRA – Stage adaptation of Geeta Mehta’s novel for Indosa Productions/National Theatre Studio. First production at Three Mill Islands Studios. Sept/Oct 1997. Granted a Peggy Ramsay Foundation Award. (1997).


ON THE COUCH WITH ENOCH

A short play about Enoch Powell on his death-bed for BAC’s Seeing Red Festival of Dissent (May 1998).


SKELETON – SOHO THEATRE

May-June 19997 Part of being writer-In-Residence at the Soho Theatre Company (1996-98), Published by Faber & Faber.


VOICES ON THE WIND

Stage play selected by TALAWA THEATRE company as their black Women Writers project; had a rehearsed reading at Theatre Royal Stratford East; the play was further developed through work-in progress at the Royal National Theatre Studio and produced for a selected audience, Sept 1995.


BIRMINGHAM REP THEATRE

Anita and Me (Adaptation of Meera Syal’s novel)