A page where you can browse the projects I’ve worked on, work experience I’ve gained and theatre I’ve made.
First produced at the National Theatre in 1985, Pravda by David Hare and Howard Brenton is a satirical play exploring the role of journalism in society. Following the newspaper industry in the mid-80s,Pravda uncovers the relationships between press and...
Image credits: Matt Giles 'Our sense of who we are and the stories we share is deeply intertwined with the city we live in. From the bustling high street to the peaceful peaks, this city has shaped us. In this piece, these passions and tales...
Image Credit: Nick Hillman LRPS (Royal Photographic Society) Think back to October 2017. What were you doing? Autumn was in full swing and indeed the weather was likely miserable so you probably spent a lot of the month inside. I certainly did....
Cardboard Citizens partnership with Age Better Sheffield https://cardboardcitizens.org.uk/latest-citz-residency-starts-sheffield In August 2017, I was involved in interviewing older people around Sheffield with Age Better. We went to places such...
Pravda By David Hare and Howard Brenton
First produced at the National Theatre in 1985, Pravda by David Hare and Howard Brenton is a satirical play exploring the role of journalism in society. Following the newspaper industry in the mid-80s, Pravda uncovers the relationships between press and politicians, the manipulation of truth and the individualistic nature of the industry. With a strong ensemble cast you can expect a high energy, exciting physical take on this Fleet Street Satire.
Presented by UMDS at SU Council Chambers 22-24th Nov.
Production photos available here
Halfway Between 'Stories of the Steel City'
A new piece of theatre sharing stories of Sheffield.
Halfway Between is an intimate exploration into people and the places they inhabit. Using monologues, we are drawn into their spaces to see how they tell their stories and how in turn it is these stories that make these spaces more vibrant. In doing this, we seek to examine their outlook on the city just outside their windows. Ultimately, through reflecting on this we encapsulate how their memories interweave and make up the fabric of our city.
Performed at Theatre Deli Sheffield Fri 6th July
Directed by Natalie Hillman / Performed by Joe Facer / Written by: Natalie Hillman, Tom Jordan, Mitchell Vernals and Joe Facer / Music by: Harry Gold
For more information: click here
The Bare Project
Neverland - The Guild Of Misrule
Can't Stop Can't Stop - SDT EdFringe18
Producer/Company Manager for SamDoesTheatre Can’t Stop Can’t Stop to Edinburgh Fringe 2018
This piece was part of NSDF 2018 and brings awareness to the stigma surrounding mental illness, in particular OCD. As producer I aim to help facilitate a safe space to share experiences of mental health and engage audiences with the messages of this show.
During it’s Edinburgh run the show received a five 4 star reviews (plus a 4+1/2 star review and 3 star review from the Fest).
It was also shortlisted for 2 awards (Total Theatre Emerging Artist Award and the Mental Health Fringe Award).
Wild Woman SheFest18
Theatre Deli Sheffield
NSDF Management Team 2018
'Who Are Yer?' Cardboard Citz/Age Better Sheffield
Sixth Form Experience
Feel free to contact me if you know of any opportunities I may be interested in or want to know more! Email: