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Samuel Takes A Break in Male Dungeon No. 5 After A Long But Generally Successful Day of Tours

Under commission by The Yard Theatre for production in 2024

The production will be directed by Anthony Simpson-Pike

Welcome to Cape Coast Castle, Ghana. 


It is the Year of Return, 2019. 


Samuel is our tour guide. It’s his job to give tourists a really really authentic experience of the castle’s dark history, and to do it all with a smile. Good ol’ Samuel! 

Orange is a ticket officer. She thinks Samuel needs to get a goddamn life. There has to be more to him beyond these castle walls.

A story about Samuel, Orange and their attempts to preserve the past.


This play was highly Commended for the Soho Theatre's Verity Bargate Award, shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Playwriting, shortlisted for Channel 4's 4stories scheme, and longlisted for the Bruntwood Prize 2022.

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A new commission from Soho Theatre

Co-produced by Brocolli Arts as part of the Soho Six 23/24 programme

I have been commissioned to write a new play for Soho Theatre, as part of their prestigious Soho Six commission scheme. The play will be co-produced by Brocolli Arts, whose new work is primarly for/by/about lesbian, bisexual & queer people who experience misogyny. 

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Commissioned by the Royal Court and developed with students through the SW1 Programme

Directed by malakaï sargeant

Performed by students from Westminster schools in March 2023

Youth activists come together on an intensive bootcamp to fight for a better future. One of them doesn’t quite fit in and might have to leave. 

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A Memorial for the Homosexuals Persecuted Under National Socialism
between 1933-1945

Written through the Oxford Playhouse Playmakers scheme
Mentored by playwright Clare Bayley

Two young women in modern day Berlin start a new relationship, in the midst of the rise and fall of a controversial queer memorial and a suppressed lesbian history. 


No Fuss

A short play commissioned by the ACT II Festival at the Arcola Theatre in 2020
Directed by Tatenda Shamiso

An elderly Jamaican woman is dying but is extremely pedantic when it comes to the arrangement of her funeral. 


This script was subsequently selected for the 2021 Birmingham Rep SKY Comedy
writers programme.


Supper Freak

An interactive funk and soul experience, performed at the Bloomsbury Ballroom in 2019
Directed by Munotida Chinyanga

Infamous Harlem club, Little Paradise, is the hottest ticket in town. Only New York’s finest get the chance to rub shoulders with the stars and hear the latest Funk & Soul sounds. Little Paradise is the home of the prestigious Soul Train Dance Off Competition, but word on the street is that its celebrity owner is looking to sell up. Fearing the next Dance Off could be the last, aspiring dancer Grace sneaks into the club with her friend Angela to try and fulfil her dream and win the competition

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