Film and TV
An Admin Worker At The End Of The World (short film); directed by Yaz Al-Shaater, produced by Brother Brother; Winner – Best Film, Buxton Fringe Festival 2021; Honourable Mention, Birmingham Film Festival 2021.
None Of The Above (short film); played at ten film festivals (including Leeds International Film Festival, Short Com Film Festival, Astoria Film Festival, Lit Laughs International Film Festival and Atlanta Comedy Film Festival) and won nine awards, 2020-2021
The Fountain (short film); starring London Hughes; commissioned for Tate Modern, 2019.
Jack Rabbit (short film, co-writer); BrotherBrother; October 2014
Missing Something (websitcom); online and at Toronto Webfest, 2014
Loose End (short film); shortlisted and screened at Raindance Collaborate Festival; October 2012
Three’s Company’s Adventure Department (comedy series); first series online July 2020, Christmas Specials 2020 and 2021
Boris plumps for Leave (sketch); The World This Weekend, Radio 4; March 2016.
Various comedy material;NewsJack Series 5 & 7; Radio 4 Extra and Radio 4; Autumn 2011 & 2012; and The Best Of NewsJack, Autumn 2012.
The Act Of Union; staged reading with Caroline Quentin and John Hodkinson; Southwark Playhouse; November 2019
Nonsense & Sensibility; Anonymous Is A Woman; Arts Theatre, London; March 2016. Tour to Malvern, Worcester and Buxton, summer 2016 & 2017. Also performed online March 2021.
Boris: World King; Three’s Company, KPS Productions and James Seabright; Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe 2015 and 2016; West End transfer to Trafalgar Studios, April-May 2016
Soulless (with La Sykes); Anonymous Is A Woman; COG ArtsSpace and Drayton Arms Theatre; Oct-Nov 2014
Shakespeare For Breakfast; C theatre; C Venues, Edinburgh Fringe; August 2014.
The Adventure Machine; C theatre; C Venues, Edinburgh Fringe; August 2014
Around The World In 80 Days; REC Young People’s Theatre; Pavilion Arts Studio, Buxton Fringe; July 2014.
Not The Messiah; Three’s Company; Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe; August 2013. Subsequent tour (2013-2014) to Leicester Square Theatre, Theatre503, Out To Lunch Festival (Belfast) and The Guildhall Theatre (Derby).
Pan-O-Rama; Pavilion Arts Studio, Buxton Fringe; July 2013.
None Of The Above; LOST Theatre; November 2012.
The Chronicles Of Arnica; Pavilion Arts Studio, Buxton Fringe; July 2012.
The Importance Of Being Frank; Pavilion Arts Studio, Buxton Fringe; July 2011.
A Live Transmission of ‘Adventure Time’ (with Yaz Al-Shaater and Michael Grady-Hall); Soho Theatre Studio; December 2010. (Previous versions at the Tristan Bates Theatre, November 2008 & February 2009; and Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh Fringe, August 2010).
Reverie; The Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh Fringe; August 2010.
Still Life (staged reading); RADA; November 2009.
Play On Words; The Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh Fringe; August 2009. Transfer to the Tristan Bates Theatre, Covent Garden, January 2010. Other performances at Burton Taylor Studio, Oxford; Canal Cafe Theatre; The Green Room, Carlisle; Bowie High School, Austin, Texas; The Milton Theatre, Huddersfield; Walter Murray Collegiate, Saskatchewan, Cananda.
Auditorium; Underground Venues, Buxton Fringe & C Venues, Edinburgh Fringe; July & August 2008.
Most Suspect; O’Reilly, Oxford; November 2007.
Later Showers; C Electric, Edinburgh Fringe; August 2005.
Musicals, Revues and Pantomime
I’ve Been Through This Before; the Djanogly Concert Pitch, National Theatre; April 2009.
Plane Of Existence; Old Clubhouse, Buxton Fringe; July 2005.
Trouble In Panto Land (with Michael Grady-Hall); Buxton Community Studio; December 2001.
Jokes and One-liners
Barry Cryer’s 80th Birthday Roast, Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Fringe 2015
Newsjack, Series 5&7; Autumn 2011 & 2012; and The Best Of NewsJack, Autumn 2012.
Barrel Of Laughs comedy club; 2006-2015
Packed Lunch; C Venues; Edinburgh Fringe 2008
The World’s Greatest Walking Tour Of Edinburgh; Pleasance Theatre (site specific), Edinburgh Fringe; August 2012
The World’s Greatest Walking Tour Of Buxton; Underground Venues (site specific), Buxton Fringe; July 2010.
The Scotsman, 2016
The Evening Standard, 2013
Chortle, 2013 and 2014