ROBIN HOOD AND HIS MERRY BAND (also writer) Oxford Playhouse BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (also writer) Oxford Playhouse
DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT (also writer) Oxford Playhouse VULCAN VII Johnathan Church Productions and Theatre Royal Bath National tour. By and Starring Ade Edmonson and Nigel Planer DENIM: THE REUNION (also co-writer) Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Festival DENIM JUNIORS: THE WORLD TOUR (also co-writer) Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Festival THE ONE Soho Theatre and Drywrite. By Vicky Jones. Starring Tuppence Middleton, John Hopkins and Julia Sandiford. Winner of Verity Bargate Award. BLUEBERRY TOAST Soho Theatre and Platform Presents. By Mary Laws.
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK (also writer) Oxford Playhouse DENIM: WORLD TOUR (also co-writer) Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Festival LATE NIGHT GIMP FIGHT (also co-writer) Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Festival ROLLER DINER Soho Theatre By Stephen Jackson Winner of Verity Bargate and West End Wilma Award
CINDERELLA (also writer) Oxford Playhouse BITS OF ME ARE FALLING APART (also co-adapter) Soho Theatre ONLY THE BRAVE (also co-writer) Wales Millennium Centre By Rachel Wagstaff, Matthew Brind and Steve Marmion
ALADDIN (also writer) Oxford Playhouse FIRST LOVE IS THE REVOLUTION Soho Theatre By Rita Kalnejais DEATH OF A COMEDIAN Soho Theatre with Lyric Belfast and Abbey Dublin By Owen McCafferty
THE ONE Soho Theatre By Vicky Jones I KISS YOUR HEART (also adaptor) Soho Theatre From Dylan Thomas
THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS(also co-lyricist) Soho Theatre By Anthony Neilson ADDRESS UNKNOWN(also adaptor) & INCONNUE A CETTE ADRESSE(also adaptor) Soho Theatre By Helen Krissman PASTORAL Soho Theatre and Hightide By Thomas Eccleshare
FIT AND PROPER PEOPLE Soho Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company THE TWENTY FOUR HOUR MUSICALS The Old Vic THE BOY WHO FELL INTO A BOOK Soho Theatre and 2012 London Olympics UTOPIA Soho Theatre and Newcastle Live
24 HOUR PLAYS Old Vic Theatre REALISM Soho Theatre MONGREL ISLAND Soho Theatre
ALADDIN (also co-writer) Lyric Hammersmith MACBETH Regents Park Open Air Theatre
DICK WHITTINGTON (also co-writer) Lyric Hammersmith THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF CABARET Shoo Shoo Baby/ Assembly Rooms Edinburgh ARTURO UI The Arts Educational School
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK Lyric Hammersmith LATE NIGHT GIMP FIGHT Edinburgh Festival EDWARD GANT’S AMAZING FEATS OF LONELINESS Headlong Theatre DIARY OF A WELSHCAKE Southwold Theatre Festival METROPOLIS Theatre Royal Bath ONLY THE BRAVE George Square Theatre, Edinburgh Festival VINCENT RIVER Brits Off Broadway Festival, 59E59 Theaters, New York LOCK UP (also devisor) NT Interact, National Theatre A DATE TO REMEMBER Little London Theatre Companyat the Soho Theatre Studio
FAUSTUS Headlong Theatre National tour By Christopher Marlowe, Rupert Goold and Ben Power Royal Shakespeare Company As Associate Director: West-End, Stratford, Michigan, Newcastle. GOD IN RUINS by Anthony Neilson. Director Anthony Neilson MACBETT by Eugene Ionesco. Director Silviu Pucarete MACBETH by William Shakespeare. Director Connal Morrison
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA by William Shakespeare. Director Gregory Doran THE TEMPEST by William Shakespeare. Director Rupert Goold JULIUS CAESAR by William Shakespeare. Director Sean Holmes
ALICE IN THE UNDERGROUND (also writer) East 15 School of Acting Corbett Theatre. 24 HOUR PLAYS By Roy Williams. Assistant Director. Director David Grindley. The Old Vic. A DATE TO REMEMBER By Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Lesley Ross and Steve Marmion. Little London Theatre Company at Soho Theatre. October 4th. A LUNCHTIME LOTTERY By Sarah Jane O'Neil and Lesley Ross. Plush Productions at Covent Garden Studio. August 16th, 17th, 18th.
The Sleeping Beauty By Lee Thredgold. Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. Miranda's Magic Mirror (10 episodes) By Alan Ayckbourn. Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. Barnacle Ben (10 episodes) By Lee Thredgold. Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. The Trips and Hops of Witch Cycle Clops By Steve Marmion. Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. LOCK UP (Devised) National Theatre. NT Interact. August Madam Butterfly's Child By Lesley Ross. Pleasance Theatre, Greenwich Festival, Hong Kong International Festival, London One Act Festival Winner, Edinburgh Festival. Mad Margaret's Revenge By Lesley Ross. London One Act Festival Winner, Edinburgh Festival. August. Images of a Lonely Poet's War By Steve Marmion. Corbett Theatre. Country Music By Simon Stephens. Assistant Director. Director Gordon Anderson. Royal Court Theatre and ATC. Little Sweet Thing By Roy Williams. Associate Director. Director Michael Buffong. Eclipse Theatre.
SK8 - A hip hop musical By Gary Owen. Theatre Royal Plymouth Young Company. Multiplex By Christopher William Hill. Theatre Royal Plymouth Young Company. Team Spirit By Judy Upton. National Theatre and Theatre Royal Plymouth Young Company. Pause From Harold Pinter. Theatre Royal Plymouth People's Company. More Than Just a Game By Larry Allen. Theatre Royal Plymouth Young Company. Edward Gant's Amazing Feats of Loneliness By Anthony Neilson. Assistant Director. Theatre Royal Plymouth. Speak after the Beep By Michael Frayn. Adapted by Steve Marmion. Theatre Royal Plymouth.
Big Brother is Watching You From George Orwell. Sherman Youth Theatre.
The Jungle Book By Rudyard Kipling. Adapted by David Farr. Sherman Theatre. Haroun and the Sea of Stories By Salmen Rushdie. Adapted by David Farr and Tim Supple. Sherman Youth Theatre. Tempest 2000 From Shakespeare's The Tempest. Sherman Youth Theatre. Everything Must Go By Patrick Jones. Assistant Director. Sherman Theatre.
THE VISIT By Federich Durrenmatt. Sherman Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe Venue 13. RHINO (an adaptation of Ionesco's Rhinoceros) Chapter Arts Cardiff, Edinburgh Fringe Venue 13, Sherman Theatre
THE CLUB (also writer) Touched Theatre Theatr y Bont and Edinburgh Festival DESIDERATA (also adaptor) Touched Theatre Theatr y Bont
CALIBAN’S ISLAND (also adaptor) Touched Theatre National tour and Edinburgh Festival SLEEP (also writer) Touched Theatre National tour and Edinburgh Festival THE FESTIVAL (co-devisor) Glastonbury Festival
97 – HILLSBOROUGH (also co-writer) Touched Theatre National tour and Edinburgh Festival A play about the victims of the Hillsborough Tragedy