Category: Performance

  • Fleet Footing

    Fleet Footing

    I’m so excited about this new project with composer Catherine Kontz. It’s been brewing for a few years, and we are extra-pleased to be funded by the PRSF Women Make Music award, and supported by Tête à Tête – launching as part of their Opera Festival 2018. The project is an audio dream guiding you along […]

  • Snowblind

    Here’s a new project I’ve been slowly growing for the last few months. It’s a gig/theatre/text/music/installation mash-up about the Arctic, involving a theatre designer who is also a fine artist and musician, a choreographer who is also a performer, a musician who’s also a writer, another musician who’s also a superhero, and me. We’re sailing into […]

  • Opera performance and a blog..

    It’s been a busy August with our second development stage of The Observatory (previously A Quiet Life) – my new multi-sensory opera for people who can hear and people who can’t. This time round the focus was one completing Stephen Bentley-Klein’s score, and allowing choreographer Mark Smith more time to develop the sign language element of […]

  • Julius Caesar at the Donmar Warehouse

    I’m not a reviewer, but I felt compelled to record my response to a recent theatre experience. On going to see Julius Caesar at the Donmar Warehouse this week, I felt a strange mixture of excitement and dread. This play means more than the sum of its parts – as Clare Booth Luce pointed out […]

  • A Quiet Life on TV

    My new, multi-sensory opera A Quiet Life was recently featured on BBC 2’s programme, See Hear. Watch it now on iPlayer: See Hear, Wednesday October 3rd

  • At Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival

    It’s been all go for the last couple of months as I’ve been writing and producing a new work with composer Stephen Bentley Klein and a host of amazing and surprising people. We performed two work-in-progress shows at Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival over the weekend. You can see the result here  as well as […]

  • A Quiet Life

    I’m working on a new kind of opera. Go here to find out more about it. A multi-sensory work exploring ways of hearing, A Quiet Life will be performed as part of Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival, August 11th & 12th. Go here for info and tickets. Enjoy!