home
theatre
tvfilm
radio
misc
shop



This is the place for information about my current stage projects and ones from previous years.

- UPDATE -
Who Here's Lost (working title) (work in progress) had a preview at MJ Hibbett's Totally Acoustic night on 4th June 2015.
Read about it HERE and THIS is a link to a podcast!


SHOWS BY ME


 EACH OF US - 2013
 A comedy concerning bees, anomie and life's treasure
Performed most recently in April 2016 at Trouble At Mill, Farsley, West Yorkshire



NOT EVERYTHING IS SIGNIFICANT - 2008
A comedy concerning echoes, diaries and the stuff of life

Last performed in 2008



COELACANTH - 2005
A comedy concerning love, loneliness and tree climbing
Last performed in 2012




BLACK COCKTAIL - 2004
A mystery concerning shells, ice cream and the nature of souls
Last performed in 2004 (with permission from Jonathan Carroll)



THREE WISHES - 2001

A comedy concerning romance, self-doubt and planetariums
Last performed in 2015 (ITALIAN PRODUCTION)


POPPY DAY - 1999
A comedy concerning friendship, kissing and parallel universes
Last performed in 1999



MY LAST WEEK WITH MODOLIA - 1998
A comedy concerning imps, aging and the bravery of love
Last performed in 1998


A SUPERCOLLIDER FOR THE FAMILY - 1997
A comedy concerning tightropes, Guardian Angels and particle physics
Last performed in 2012


"TWELVE!" - 1996
A comedy concerning Kafka, nuisance phone calls and wasps
Last performed in 1997


ELECTRICITY: THE CAGED PONY - 1994
A comedy concerning dreams, family ties and brains made out of wax
Last performed in 1994


IT TAKES FOREVER IF YOU GO BY INERTIA - 1993
A comedy concerning self-blame, rubber balls on elastic and Bohemian demons
Last performed in 1993



SHOWS NOT WRITTEN BY ME
(BUT WHICH I HAVE BEEN IN)



THE SEAGULL - 2012
By Anton Chekhov in a new version by Anya Reiss

at Southwark Playhouse - 
8 November - 1 December 2012


THE WONDROUS TALE OF FANFERLIZZY SUNNYFEET - 2000
By Kurt Schwertsik, Karin & Thomas Koerner (after Brentano)

at Wilton's Music Hall - December 2000


A BUSY DAY - 2000
By Fanny Burney

at Bristol Old Vic and Lyric Theatre Shaftesbury Avenue
 - May - September 2000




PROFESSOR BRANESTAWM - 1998
Toby Hulse's adaptation of the Norman Hunter books for children at the Pleasance Theatre during the Edinburgh Fringe.

I was Colonel Dedshot in a hot uniform but catapult at the ready!

The Professor was Andrew Mackay and Emma Kennedy played Mrs Flittersnoop.

So much fun!


THE WAR OF THE WORLDS STORY - 1996

A show written and performed with Danny O'Brien and Dave Green of Special Projects.

We told the story of H.G. Wells' book, Orson Welles' radio play and Jeff Wayne's album; along the way paying tribute to various forms of science fiction and its fans. 
An awesome (if poorly attended) Edinburgh show!



OBLOMOV - 1996

Stephen Sharkey's adaptation of the novel by Goncharov.

Danny O’Brien played Oblomov in a bed that resembled the Eagle Lunar Lander.
Also starred Stewart Lee and Emma Kennedy, this was the first show I did with Erica Whyman. 

Also, I danced.


RA-RA-RASPUTIN - 1993

Richard Herring's brilliant first biography show of the mad Russian monk, set to the music of Boney-M.

I played the Tsar among other parts alongside Herring, Andrew Mackay, Sally Phillips and Clare de Vries.

HERE is a photo of us all!



IT HAPPENED TOMORROW - 1993

A sci-fi triple bill at the Edinburgh Fringe.

I wrote and narrated a time-travel whodunnit called 'Dead on Time' which turned into a sort of Twilight Zone spoof.

We sold 100% of the tickets but failed to get the rapturous praise in the press it deserved:
"One wonders how and why this ramshackle excuse for a show was cobbled together" (The Scotsman)


PRE-1993 SHOWS

Information and a few photos of stage things before 1993.
How to Get into University, Oxford Revue, OUDS, Murray and Moor etc.
Page to come. . .