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Writer & Performer 

Burgerz
Winner Total Theatre Award 2019, Shortlisted for the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award 2019
Director Sam Lindsay Curtis
Hackney Showroom

Writer & Performer & Creator 

Burgerz
Winner Total Theatre Aware 2018, Shortlisted for the Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award 2019
Director Sam Curtis Lindsay

BURGERZ first premiered at Hackney Showroom in 2018


Hackney Showroom
Writer Emma Frankland

Built from conversations with trans women and trans feminine people around the world, particularly the UK, Indonesia and Canada, We Dig centres around the actual excavation of a giant hole - a literal representation of a queer community needing to bury itself for protection.


Ovalhouse
Officer Pelner 
Director Anthony Simpson-Pike

Four black femmes. Three revered White Male Writers. Two classic works. A radical deconstruction.


Gate Theatre
Writer Sarah Ruhl
Starring
  • Temi Wilkey
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    Retelling the 400 love letters of  Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell, two of America’s most brilliant poets. 


    Gate Theatre
    Amyl Nitrate 
    Director Chris Goode

    A stage adaptation of Derek Jarman's iconic 1978 film, restyled to reflect the social and political turmoil of 2017.



    Royal Exchange
    Director Scottee

    Award-winning artist Scottee travelled across England to interview LGBTQI people angered by mainstream politics. The piece explored notions of belonging, identity and the legacy of Thatcherism, taking a hard look at what happens when communities are left behind.



    Roundhouse Theatre

    Writer 

    Director Debbie Hannan
    The Bush Theatre
    Starring
  • Sharon D. Clarke
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    Part of Paines Plough's 2020 online Autumn festival, The Place I Call Home.



    Paines Plough

    Film

    Producer Savannah James-Bayly
    Director Amrou Al-Kadhi

    A documentary exploring the lack of ethnic minority representation in UK TV and film, highlighting the inequality and the absence of media engagement with Britain's colonial past.

    Writer 

    One episode as part of the audio-series exploring the year of 2020.

    Produced by Fremantle