Follow up to Daf's hit play, Llwyth.
A single dad meets his adopted daughter for the first time. Then he agrees to meet her birth-mother.
When their two worlds collide, will what they have in common outweigh their differences?
An adaptation of Roald Dahl's short stories.
After their friend takes his own life, a group of young people congregate to write his eulogy.
Rugby international night in Cardiff and the tribes are out in force. Wales has lost, but four gay friends are determined to have a night to remember… whatever the cost.
Writer & Composer
Commisioned as part of the National Theatre’s Let’s Play Programme.
A musical in which the characters of Nurseyland rebell against the stereotypes they are expected to play in their stories.
Short for BBC Children in Need
Composer and Co-lyricist with Ed Thomas, NTW
Sue returns for a special Christmas show
A play about infertility, scrabble, supermarkets, sex, nationalism, the stranger in your living room and the absurdity of wanting to bring children into our deranged world. It’s also about love.
Adapted from Fabrice Melquiot's Youri, translated by Daf from French into English and Welsh.
Translater of The Flock
Writer & Creator
'Abattnoir' read by Sarah Millican for the third series of the hit adult storytelling show.
A rare, intimate and hysterically funny look at the people behind the legends and a celebration of great women from history.
Second, third, fourth and fifth series of the Welsh drama which follows a group of teachers at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Taf
The true story of a dark family secret.
Broadcaster BBC Radio 4
Broadcaster BBC Radio 3
Broadcaster Radio Wales
Grimm meets Tarantino in this brutal love story set around Memorial Day celebrations in 1950’s America. Featuring original live music inspired by Blues, Rockabilly, and Americana. Part gig, part slasher movie, part road movie, part murder ballad.