Show Archive

I’ve written and produced three solo shows…

all visual, black comedies, wordlessly performed by
my alter ego Lois of the Lane, to a continuous soundtrack
featuring voice over, music and sound effects.


Fabledย  |ย  first performed 2012ย  |ย  Fabled website



Finding herself as part of an unlikely storytelling set-up
with only her wits and a bottomless suitcase to hand,
Miss of the Lane will endeavour to entertain,
against all odds… โœจ


Promo video here ๐Ÿ‘‡

Clips from the show here ๐Ÿ‘ˆ

Songs from the show here ๐Ÿ‘ˆ


Super Situation |ย  first performed 2009ย  |ย  Super Situation website

Enter the world ofย Extraordinary Girl, ordinary Jo turned superhero.

Following exposure to a mysterious chemical
at the hands of evil genius Megalomaniac Man,
Extraordinary is one of the members of the Government funded
‘Unstoppable 5’ – always ready to come to the rescue!
(Not leaving a great deal of time for much else…)

Join us for a week in her life as she battles oversized animals,
saves the Universe and drinks one helluva lot of tea… ๐Ÿ•


‘Extraordinary Watch’ blog here ๐Ÿ‘ˆ


Glitch |ย  first performed 2006ย  |ย  more information here

A lone woman traveller finds herself trapped in a holding cell
during a routine security check.
Rather than succumb to the increasingly totalitarian surveillance,
she attempts to outwit the machine and make a bid for freedom –
hopefully in one pieceโ€ฆ โšก๏ธ


Performed 20 times at the The British Library in January/February 2009
as part as their Taking Liberties exhibition โœŠ



Prior to all these was the 2003 production Deeper Underground which properly kicked off the whole style for me!
Created with 3 drama school co-horts, you can find more information about it here

Rush hour:
armpit in your face; briefcase in your back; going nowhere fast.

Four strangers rammed in a carriage with no way out.

Join them Deeper Underground for their journey through reality
and out the other side…

๐Ÿ’ผ ๐ŸŠ ๐ŸŽง ๐ŸŽ’





Photo credits: Simon Naylor, Mechaniques Photography, Matthew Embury, Keith Eyles, Adi Gilbert