Kefi is a writer for screen and stage.
Her play, Mathematics of the Heart, won Best New Play at Brighton Festival in 2011 and went on to a sell-out run at Theatre 503 in 2012. Other collaborations include the Latitude Festival, the Royal Court Young Writers’ Programme and Paines Plough and her play about undercover cops, which was produced by Nottingham Playhouse, Any Means Necessary, is being developed as a feature film with Creative England.
For film, her first short, Cregan, won at Waterford film festival and screened nationally and internationally. Girlpower, won Best Comedy Short at Aesthetica film festival 2014 and again screened nationally and internationally and SexLife, has screened at 15 Oscar and BAFTA accredited festivals including Tribeca in the USA and Encounters in the UK.
She also writes for TV and is developing a number of originals.
Interactive play about sex and intimacy. Funded by The Arts Council
An original play for the Paines Plough series about the writers' hometown
Paul MacMillan is a Doctor of Chaos Theory. Specialist subject: storm patterns. But with his itinerant musician brother living on his sofa and his girlfriend Emma pushing for a new future, prediction is proving increasingly difficult. Then the arrival of Zainab, a new PhD student, catapults Paul's world into real chaos.
Le Petit Mort and SexLife featured as part of this collection of plays about sex and relationships.
Play for 14-16 year olds.
Mid-scale touring production that toured London and the South East
Commission by Proteus Theatre
Multi-discipline public art theatre installation in Basingstoke and Southampton
Long-listed for the Verity Bargate Award.
A play about the dangerous nature of female friendship, obsession and violence.
Writer & Creator
An adaptation of her play with mentorship on the screenplay from Rebecca Lenkiewicz
Based on Kefi's critically acclaimed play, SexLife is the story of Dan's ham-fisted attempts to get ‘new’ mother Mia into bed with hilarious, emotional and musical consequences.
1997. Tony Blair is on the road to power, Britpop is at its height and spin is the order of the day. Into this dizzy world of high glamour and false promises comes Cass, a fresh graduate, keen to get to the heart of the excitement, and Innocent Publishing appears to offer the perfect way in. After all, they’re publishing an official book on Blur AND Tony Blair’s autobiography - once he’s Prime Minister. But Cass is soon to discover that behind cool Britannia there is a much darker place that will take her to the very edge of who she thinks she is. Will she succumb or can she find a way back from the brink?