Chasing Hares presents the Jatra (Bengali folk theatre) stage, the factory floor and the routes of delivery drivers as sites of resistance and transformation in Britain and India.
Winner of the Sonia Friedman Production Award and Theatre Uncut Political Playwriting Award.
Schoolgirl Asha grapples with her place in the world, the legacy of colonialism, and a hamster.
A musical for National Theatre Learning’s ‘Let’s Play’ programme for primary schools. Iman might not be sporty or popular, but her imagination’s big enough to invent a new sport that takes over the school and puts her and the other misfits centre stage. Music by Harry Blake.
For Cardboard Citizens’ ‘Home Truths’ season at The Bunker, an immersive multi-story speculation on need, greed and good intentions. Slummers explores the role of charity in housing, and the precariously fine line between being viewed as ‘good poor’ or ‘bad poor’.
For Kiln Theatre’s ‘Mapping Brent’ festival. A funny, spooky story about friendship, loyalty, and how complicated things can get when you’re a teenage boy.
For Almeida Participation. '2066' imagines a future without universal healthcare and the impossible decisions this leaves a mother and her daughter.