Paul is currently working on Alex Swift's Travesty, which had an R&D showing at Ovalhouse in June and will open at The Theatre in the Mill, Bradford, on 17th October.
He is also currently working as a freelance producer (maternity leave) for Apples and Snakes, giving him a chance to organise and support lots of exciting spoken word projects and events, including a programme of events for SPOKE, a commission for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Alongside this he is developing a series of multi-disciplinary collaborations with different community and professional groups for Daedalus Theatre Company, including the storytelling project East, which will be part of A Season in Bangla Drama in Tower Hamlet, and The Radical History Project, a collaboration with The Black Smock Band which will be part of the Fun Palace weekend at Ovalhouse.
He's designing and also leading the digital aspects of The Green Man, a new piece for children produced by Lisa Mead and featuring poet and rapper Kenny Baraka, which is currently in development in partnership with the Southbank Centre.
In the summer, he designed A Midsummer Night's Dream for Deafinitely Theatre at Shakespeare's Globe, and will be designing a children's show for the same company in the new year.
Main image: A Place at the Table, Camden People's Theatre
The images in the website header are all from Selfish, also at Camden People's Theatre