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Don't Smoke in Bed

Written by Harry McDonald

VAULT Festival 

31 Jan - 5 Feb 2023


“I’ve called him Mr Pandemonium.

I didn’t know his name so I gave him one.”

When Jack returns home one night with a bloody face, he is forced to confront a frightening reality he thought he was immune from. His flatmate and best friend Molly thinks she knows what’s best, but Jack doesn’t want to deal with the issue head on. When he leans into a tortuous and self-destructive coping strategy, it threatens to destroy their friendship.

A cutting psychological drama by debut playwright Harry McDonald.


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I F*cked You in My Spaceship

Written by Louis Emmitt-Stern

VAULT Festival 

7 - 10 February 2023


“If you don’t want it, I mean, it’s a bit fucking weird, isn’t it? You’re just a guy in an alien costume.”

Two couples launch an extraterrestrial game of shifting relationship dynamics threatened by invasion, alienation, and abduction, when they invite a stranger into their homes with hope of sparking new life.

An uncanny and razor-sharp comedy-drama by Tony Craze Award-winning playwright Louis Emmitt-Stern. Directed by Joseph Winer.

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The Happy Prince

Imagine Watford 2022

Director & Writer

The Happy Prince has been commissioned by Watford Palace Theatre to be presented at their annual outdoor arts festival Imagine Watford. We will be creating a queer, family adaptation of this classic short story, using puppetry, storytelling and a folk-pop fusion of music and song.


Following a period of R&D and public sharings at Imagine Watford 2021, we hope to tour the show in 2022.


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Drag Baby

King's Head Theatre

Written by Grace Carroll

Produced by Lydia Harrison


A new play about friendship, drag queens, sperm donors and queer families. 

Following the cancellation of VAULT Festival 2022, we are delighted to be presenting Drag Baby at King's Head Theatre on 18-19 April 2022. 

I Want My Foreskin Back

Produced by Adam Line


I Want My Foreskin Back is an entertaining (and surprisingly informative) TED-Talk-cum-Cabaret performance that journeys through Jewish ritual, gay culture and the effect on men who inherit both of these delightful burdens in the present day.

First scratched in 2018 for a night of new work, Foreskin went through some further development in 2020 for Watford Fringe Festival (which sadly had to be cancelled due to COVID-19). We are hoping to continue with our R&D in 2022.

Other Projects in Development

  • Producer & Associate Director on The Cabaret at the End of the World, a queer semi-scripted cabaret show created with performance maker Roz Whiteley (R&D funded by Arts Council England)

  • Co-Creator of Not Another Theatre Podcast with Daniella Harrison, streaming on Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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