Horses in the Rain



A two hander about female friendship with live improvised piano.




Meslier was a short, one act version of what became The Last Priest, written to be taken to the Edinburgh fringe in 2006.

entirely compelling


-Edinburgh Evening News

The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady


Writer and director

My second play, produced while I was a student and later at Edinburgh. A three hander with some dark themes about delusion, coercive relationships and a misplaced hero complex.


a must-see gem of a production

-The Cambridge Student

Now is the Hour

/ (2008–2013)


A survival drama based on accounts of victims and survivors of the sinking of the troopship Laconia by a German U-Boat in the mid-Atlantic in 1942. Left adrift, one lifeboat spent 28 excruciating days at sea.

Catherine Cusack led a cast of 12 in the original production.

slick, traditional theatre at its best


-Fringe Review

A truly classic play that deserves to be seen more than once.


-British Theatre Guide

scarcely possible to hold back a tear

-The Independent

Cross Road Blues


Writer and director

My first play and still the one I’m most proud of, Cross Road Blues recreates one of the most compelling myths in American music: Robert Johnson’s alleged pact with the devil, hatched out at a crossroads one dark Mississippi midnight.

creates an atmosphere of creeping, uncanny terror that grips from the start and never relinquishes ... mesmerising


-The Scotsman

brilliant and stylish

-Edinburgh Guide