The After-Dinner Joke
A radio studio in 1978 performs Caryl Churchills satire on charity and white saviourism.
A two-hander about womanhood and gender in the face of forgotten words and dying revolutions.
A performance about a young person’s inability to cope with the loss of dreams.
A film made in the early days of the pandemic, capturing the inner life of locked in people.
The Great Noise
An audio experience about a world in which all sound and all noise has been forgotten, until they’re not.
Some Other Kind of Dread
Two souls embark on a journey to the end of the night. If they keep talking, there is a story. If one falls asleep, everything ends.
Hold my Eyes
Something I made whilst thinking about the originality of stories and our connected or collective imagination and impulses.