Playwright and screenwriter

Louise is a writer and actress from the Lake District. Her debut play, Cockamamy won the Lustrum Award for Outstanding New Play at The Edinburgh Fringe 2017. It transferred to The Hope Theatre, London in 2018 to rave reviews, also winning her an Offie nomination for Best Actress. 

Louise is currently developing Cockamamy into a screenplay and working on her next play Bitter which was shortlisted for the Phil Fox Award for Playwrighting. Louise has also recently been longlisted for the Sky Studios Screen/Play award.




The Lustrum Award for Oustanding New Play
Director Rebecca Loudon

Based on true stories, Cockamamy is a tragicomic play about companionship which urges us to look at dementia in a new light.

Edinburgh Fringe 2017, The Hope Theatre 2018
Producer Chaskis Theatre Co

Published in Litro Magazine, this short play explores the futility of love by observing two fumbling youths moments after losing their virginity to one another.

The Arcola Theatre

A short comedy devised through improvisations and clowning workshops. Based on the story of Adam and Eve with a lesbian twist.

Greenwich Theatre

Inspired by Kay Adshead’s Bogus Woman, this poetical piece explores the journey of a refugee to a foreign land.

Theatre by the Lake