These are my plays and screenplays. All of the plays, except for ‘Two Together’, have been performed at some point, at universities or The Edinburgh Fringe. If you’d like to produce any of them please just ask.
Play destined for performance at e.g. The National, centred around the use, misuse and romantic implications of the Two Together Railcard.
The British Theatre Guide said: “This must be the funniest short play on the Fringe 2005 and deserves to win awards. 5-star.” But make up your own mind.
What would you do if you found yourself dead and ridiculed by God and Satan? And what’s more, your name’s Herman.
A classic Bond Film: a father-son bond film. The only quirk is that they’re both brains in vats in each other’s parallel dimensions.
Probably the worst of my plays, but still one I’m proud of. I wrote most of it on a train to Bristol. Oh, and it’s about people living inside your head.
The original man-meets-makers play with a running commentary and DVD-extras. For enthusiasts.