Chivalry is a quality, precision-engineered piece of work by a duo with extraordinary chemistry, both on- and off-screen, in the writers’ room.
The Guardian on Chivalry
Chivalry’s script has witty fun in these grey areas, and though the topic couldn’t be more contemporary, the sparky exchanges between Cameron and Bobby are reminiscent of old-style screwball comedies, with sassy characters trading pointed zingers. The result is a funny, relevant show bursting with great performances.
Chortle on Chivalry
Grabbed the viewer by the chops from its startling opening scene, and held on until the closing credits...This is a thriller and a love story and, as Sunday night fare, like a sip of champagne after weeks of supermarket cola.
The Times on Ridley Road
A gripping and exceedingly tense series
iPaper on Ridley Road
Writer & Creator
Comedy-drama take on the "MeToo" movement.
An adaptation of Jo Bloom's novel of the same name, Ridley Road follows the life of young a young Jewish hairdresser who moves to London after the death of her father. A story that explores life and love within the Jewish community in 1960's London.
Adaptation of Caitlin Davies non-fiction book about women in Holloway Prison.
Writer & Executive Producer
Writer & Producer
Writer & Director
Set on one night on the New York subway, the episode tells the story of Basquiat and Madonna.