Playwright since 2008
Greetings and welcome all to my website!
Like all writers, I love nothing more than the idea of my work being seen live on a stage.
I've had many live, audio and virtual productions of my work both nationally and internationally, which you can find details of on my "Production History" linked above.
There are also links to videos on YouTube of audio/recorded productions accessible via the "Audio/Video Productions" link above.
You can also find full details of my collection of 191 pieces by selecting the "My Collection" button below.
So if you or your society are looking for a new piece for your next production then by all means have a look around and contact me.
Celebrating International Women's Day!
As my homage to International Women's Day, I thought I would create a show reel to honour, not only my work but the amazing actresses who have performed it.
WARNING - CONTAINS SWEARING
Books for Sale!
Following the completion of my latest play a day challenge ("Worth a Thousand Words!") and meeting my target of 100,000 words in a month, I have self-published second collection of plays.
My Books are:
"My Chatter" (A Collection of 10 Comedy Plays)
"Just Us 2" (A Collection of 10 Plays for 2 Performers)
Both books are available in Paperback and PDF for Kindle in my Etsy Shop!
Started on 1st January 2023, Theatrical Shenanigans is a podcast dedicated to promoting the work of playwrights through converting their work into audio plays. So every episode, I do jus that, as well as having a chat about the play with a guest. You can see listen to Season One as well as the other specials we've run by accessing the link below.
14th April 2022
I was absolutely thrilled for "Believe Me" to be awarded 'best original script' at the Exmouth One Act Play Festival after an amazing performance by the Broadclyst Theatre Group!
Things people say about me!
"It's a fascinating collection and shows the playwright's versatility in creating a story and developing credible characters. A must for any amateur theatre group who want to stretch their range."
Tony Vale (review of "Just Us 2")
"You can make anything by writing."