For the New Vic: The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd.
Theatre work includes: Our Country’s Good, The Duchess of Malfi, The Revenger’s Tragedy, All My Sons, A Skull in Connemara, Kindertransport, Kings, Home, Town Mouse and Country Mouse (Nottingham Playhouse); The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Royal Shakespeare Company); Dinner (National Theatre and West End); The Playboy of the Western World (National Theatre); 39 Steps (West Yorkshire Playhouse and West End); Corrie! (Number One tour); Abigail’s Party, Gaslight (Theatre Clwyd); The Boston Marriage (Bolton Octagon); Gabriel (Soho Theatre Company); The Shadow of a Gunman, The Weir (Lyric Theatre, Belfast); The Crock of Gold (Olympia Theatre, Dublin); Jordan (The Gate); Road (Faroe Islands); Red (Clean Break); Three, Give Me Wings, Their Glorious Death (Paradox Shuffle Dance Company); Ghost Images, The Stronger (Moving Being Theatre Company); Ecstasy (Latchmere Theatre); Richard III, The Love of a Good Man (Arts Threshold).
As Associate Director at Nottingham Playhouse (2013–2018): Duties included programming the studio theatre, artist development and leading the Participation Department.
With Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO): Theatre for Development Specialist with Tokaut AIDS, a theatre company specializing in HIV and AIDS awareness work in remote communities in Papua New Guinea (2008-10).
Writer and producer of radio programmes in English for Radio Bana, the Eritrean Ministry of Education Radio Station (2007-08).
Grade Six English teacher in a village school in Eritrea (2006-07).
For Minority Rights Group International: Street Theatre challenging racist stereotypes in Rwanda (2011).
Film credits include: Mass Bolero can be seen on You Tube.