Category: Stage Management

  • [SM] Up: One Man’s Journey To Feminism @ The Hen & Chickens

    Next month, I’ll be stage managing for Peter Pruyn’s play followed by audience reflections: Up: One Man’s Journey To Feminism. What does it take for a man to become a feminist—and why does it matter?  In seven diverse and poignant vignettes from his own life, Peter Pruyn (“prine”), an American trauma therapist who works with female…

  • [SM] Mrs. Noah Fights Back

    On the 16th – 18th April, I’ll be back in the technician’s chair (Albeit remotely) in a Zoom production of Mrs. Noah Fight’s Back, from the same team who performed The Visitor back at The Hen and Chickens in 2018.

  • [SM] Space Age Love Songs @ The Two Brewers

    For the last few weeks, I’ve been working with this lovely and inclusive group of people on a unique little show, partly during the Camden Fringe Festival where it was nominated for an Offie award. Space Age Love Songs by TL Wiswell is a jukebox dance and theatre show with drag performances, LGBTQ+ romance and…

  • [SM] Sholom Aleichem @ The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

    For the next 4 weeks, I will be working on a one-man show called Sholom Aleichem In The Old Country, starring Saul Reichlin at The Lion & Unicorn Theatre in Kentish Town.

  • [SM] The Visitor @ The Hen and Chickens Theatre

    On the 23rd and 24th August I will be operating on ‘The Visitor’ at The Hen and Chickens Theatre in Islington, London.

  • [SM] Remember the Clause @ The Courtyard Theatre

    From the 19th June to 7th July, I’ll be stage managing for All or Nothing Repertory Theatre Company. Their new season of shows, ‘Remember The Clause‘, is playing at The Courtyard Theatre in Old Street and features three full length shows. Measure for Measure (LGBT Version) by William Shakespeare As Is by William F. Hoffman…

  • [SM] The Winter’s Tale @ City Lit

    When I’m not writing, I also work as a stage manager in the West End. I’ve decided to add the larger productions I’m working on to this blog. This December I’m working as the DSM on a production of The Winter’s Tale at City Lit in Holborn. Directed by Petina Hapgood, this production features an…


    On the 20th – 24th October, actor and charity activist Donald Waugh will host a unique and varied exhibition titled I’MPOSSIBLE. Working with people who have been through homelessness, mental health issues and substance abuse, and disabilities through his company Pavement 2 Catwalk, Donald has created a show which will include live performances, filmed documentaries…