Writing Credits 

January 2018
Supernova, created by Philippa Mannion (20m)
Camden People’s Theatre, London (Calm Down Dear Festival)

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January 2018
Crossrail, directed by Jodie Botha (30m)
The Space Arts Centre, London (One Festival 2018)

May 2017
Binary, directed by Philippa Mannion and Isabel Sharman (30m)
Camden People’s Theatre, London (Hotbed: A Festival of Sex)

March 2017
Binary, directed by Philippa Mannion and Isabel Sharman (30m)
Pleasance Theatre, Islington (A Pleasance Scratch)

September 2016
Trench, directed by Isabel Sharman (45m)
Pleasance Theatre, Islington (part of Litmus Fest 2016)


September 2014
Feet, directed by Katherine Nesbitt (45m)
Available online

February 2014
Gag Reflex, written and performed by Philippa Mannion (25m)
Battersea Arts Centre, London

December 2013
Made in Kingdom: The Only Way is Cinders, directed by Steve Small (40m)
Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh

September 2013
Punchline, directed by Anthony Clark (1hr)
Goldsmiths Postgraduate Showcase, Soho Theatre, London

May 2013
Putting Words in my Mouth (revised), directed by Katherine Nesbitt (45m)
Prague Fringe


May 2013
Wrecking Ball, directed by Emily Lim (25m)
Word Festival, Islington, London & View From Here Festival, Theatre503, London

Sept 2011
Putting Words in my Mouth, directed by Philippa Mannion (35m)
(★★★★ Scotsman, ★★★★ The Herald)
The Arches, Glasgow

Dec 2011
Bookworms, directed by David Ian Neville (45m)
for BBC Scotland Radio Drama Development

Jun 2010
(Un)Known Unknowns, directed by Katherine Nesbitt  (30m)
(★★★★ Scotsman)
The Arches, Glasgow


Aug 2009
I Don’t Live Here Anymore, directed by Philippa Mannion (50m)
(★★★★ Three Weeks)
Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Fringe


2012 – 2013
Goldsmiths, University of London
MA in Writing for Performance (Playwriting & Dramaturgy)

2006 – 2010
University of Glasgow
MA (Hons) in Geography and Theatre Studies 



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