performance for theatres, in development

Our first ensemble show, exploring themes of communication, intimacy and privacy in a networked age of algorithmic surveillance. 

Something in Your Voice is being developed with support from New Diorama, Cambridge Junction, Bristol Old Vic Ferment and Third Angel in association with Sheffield Theatres, with funding from Arts Council England.


performance for theatres, 60 mins, 2018

A slow, dreamlike show exploring the secret life of mushrooms - and what they can teach us in the present climate emergency.

Combining choreography, found text & live cooking, Landscape (1989) is a meditation on endings and beginnings, asking how to find hope amongst ecological ruins. It’s an intimate and reflective performance which provides a whispered call to attention in an age of climate crisis.


★★★★ ‘A bold attempt to examine the world beyond the human perspective’  THE LIST

‘Delicate, lace-like and trusting ... entrancing in its own quiet way.’ THE STAGE

'Work that gets stuck in your teeth... Rewarding and fascinating and eerily beautiful.' DARKER NEON

Tour history includes New Diorama Theatre, University of Sussex, Bedales School, Wickham Theatre, ZOO Venues, Edinburgh Festival, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, VAULT Festival, New Diorama,  Warwick Arts Centre


durational performance, variable duration, 2019

available for touring

Unfolding over four hours, Mr Jet reveals two ghostly ushers who lounge, pace, float and fidget.


A playful and gently subversive intervention that reflects on the oftentimes complicated relationship between institutions and their workers.

Selected for & performed at hÅb/Word of Warning's Emergency Festival 2019 and Emerge Festival 2021 at Warwick Arts Centre


video, 12 mins, 2021

Our first video work, made during lockdown, Sweetener is named for the TV production practice of 'sweetening', or editing, the laughter of a live studio audience.

The film simulates a well-behaved audience via post-production collage, providing a laugh track for our everyday sitcom of shared delirium.

Commissioned by the Performance Research Network at Newcastle University & hosted in their Liveness exhibition.


performance for theatres, 55 mins, 2016

Our debut show, which won the Festgoer's Award and Sunday Times Playwriting Award at the National Student Drama Festival 2017.


Amidst global crises and 24-hour rolling news, CELEBRATION was made in response to a provocation: create an hour of joy.

A sort-of-variety show of games, song, dream-like images and clumsy dance, exploring joy and optimism as political tools. 


★★★★ 'A small but glorious remedy for despair... a touching and thought-provoking theatrical gift.' THE STAGE

'A unique and mesmerising cocktail of stand-up, dance, poetry and song' THE SUNDAY TIMES

Tour history includes Lyric Hammersmith (LyricFest), New Diorama Theatre, Warwick Arts Centre, ZOO Venues (Edinburgh Festival Fringe) Theatr Clwyd & Incoming Festival.