Aussies Chad and Brad are on trial.
Whilst on their gap year in the ski town of Vail, Colorado, they used fake IDs to go clubbing, stole credit cards, and shot paintballs at cars. And then, they robbed a bank... whilst still wearing their name tags from work.
Immediately identified by the two bank tellers, their crime was solved in just 8 minutes. So, to evade prison, they’re Pleading Stupidity.
A dark, funny, verbatim musical about the internet: Those who own it; those who live in it; and you. I was assistant producer for the West End Transfer of this new musical from Francessca Forristal and Jordan Paul Clarke.
My Life As A Cowboy
Conor is stuck. Croydon’s too small for a teenager with dreams. Will forming an all-singing, all-dancing country & western tribute act be his ticket to escape? A riotous, heartwarming comedy.
The year is 2002, and everyone's favourite teenage web-slinging superhero has just hit the silver screen. His cinematic success begins to turn heads on Broadway, and one man has the vision to bring this friendly neighbourhood vigilante web-slinging, swinging and singing onto the stage.
That man is now dead.
The unofficial play about the real musical that went terribly wrong.
With life having been on pause for a while, our Palace Young Company are live on stage and raring to get going again. They bring you an evening of music, comedy, and lockdown stories, exploring themes of love & isolation, joy & celebration. If only that little buffer wheel would stop spinning round and round…
The Merchant of Venice
Tracy-Ann Oberman stars as Shylock in this new production of The Merchant of Venice. A radical new production set in the East End at the time of the Battle of Cable Street.
The UK’s biggest showcase of new musical theatre. A hybrid, digital and live, event withpitches from 38 new musicals in development, some pre-filmed, some livestreamed, with ideas ranging from daytime bhangra raves, to climate change told as a love story, from challenging the UK’s hostile environment policy to singing lesbian pirates.
Having completed an MA in producing at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, I now work with a wide range of creatives to realise their creative ideas on stage. I've recently worked with the Bloomsbury Festival, Grace Dickson Productions, ALP Musicals, and the Watford Palace Theatre. I am Executive Director of Maybe You Like It. Find out more below, and get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org