One of the Creative-UK Accelerate Film and TV cohort.
Accepted onto the ScreenSkills Writing for Animation course.
A commission from the Singapore Repertory Theatre for a new play for young audiences.
Writer in Residence for Milton Keynes' 50th year.
In March 2016 I was the inaugural writer in residence for the first ever Guildford Science and Arts Festival.
Working with Theatre Centre to create a resource to link SPAG teaching with drama workshops
First collection of plays to be published by Aurora Metro
Gorilla commissioned and performed for four months at Polka Theatre
Started to juggle playwriting with motherhood
Noah commissioned and performed by Chichester Festival Youth Theatre
Draw Me A Bird performed at The National Theatre as part of the Inside Out Festival
Impropera received Arts Council England Funding to develop their new family show The Wobbly World of Opera
Peut-être Theatre invited to perform at the Israel Festival for Children
The Withered Arm performed at Tête a Tête: The Opera Festival
Received a Brighton Festival Commission and Arts Council England funding for Draw Me a Bird
Your Call Is Important To Us performed at Brighton Festival as part of the Up-Stream Showcase
Invited to take part in a cultural exchange between Polka Theatre, London and La Baracca, Bologna
Received Arts Council England funding to write a play, The Law of Inertia (working title). This project will culminate in a sharing at Oxford Playhouse Theatre.
Short-listed for the Adrienne Benham Award, for emerging playwrights writing for young people, administered by the Theatre Centre
Different plays being performed on the same day in the UK, USA and India
Working as translator, dramaturg and producer on the first production for Peut-être Theatre
Shortlisted for the Old Vic New Voices 24 Hour Play Festival
Recipient of a 'Special Commendation' in the Verity Bargate New Writing award for A Sky Full of Stars
Shortlisted for the inaugural Young Theatre-Makers Bursary - supported by Company of Angels and The Junction, Cambridge for This is Not a Play - a new translation and adaptation of short stories written by Eugene Ionesco, a collaboration with director Daphna Attias
"The 50" - One of 50 young writers supported by The BBC and the Royal Court to celebrate the Royal Court's 50th anniversary year
Represented England in 'Poets Now' in Mulheim, Germany - a world cup for playwrights
Peggy Ramsay Foundation Grant - to support work at Chichester Festival Theatre
Writer on Attachment at Chichester Festival Theatre
Recipient of Welcome Trust Funding for Yellowing, with Sphinx Theatre
Writer on Attachment at Sphinx Theatre, London
Recipient of Arts Council Research and Development Funding for Yellowing