I have been a theatre director and writer for almost twenty years. My work ranges from challenging new plays to Shakespeare. I have directed productions in most leading theatres in London and beyond. I have also directed in a variety of countries and nationalities including South Sudan and most recently for the Bremer Shakespeare company in Germany.
In 2010 I co-wrote, devised and directed a play about my own gambling addiction, imaginatively titled ‘Gambling’. It played to much acclaim at Soho Theatre.
I am currently developing a new musical called ‘Joybubbles’ about the true and inspirational story of Joe Engressia.
In January next year I will direct the UK regional premiere of Margaret Edson’s Pulitzer prize winning play – WIT – about a 50 year old professor of metaphysical poetry dying of Ovarian Cancer at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.