I've got a bit behind... So here's my news in a nutshell!

A Place at the Table not only went ahead, to great critical acclaim and enthusiastic audiences at Camden People's Theatre and Southwark Cathedral as planned, but also had a one-off performance at Amnesty International. We've now started working on a new piece about the Balkans, peace and nonviolence. it feels like a massive turning point for the company. Pics of the show in situ at the Cathedral to follow soon.

I've been working as tour producer for The Rememberers, which is all very exciting. We've taken it to Northern Stage, Newcastle, as part of the really brilliant Juice Festival for young people, and we're planning our next trip, which will be Southampton, along with some more venues for the Autumn. Also for Apples and Snakes I designed Simon Mole's beautiful community project / performance / communal dinner Indiana Jones and the Extra Chair at the Albany, Deptford, directed by Peader Kirk. No pics yet though, I'm afraid.

Then I've been in Hanoi, working as a designer with UK director Rob Hale, actor-director Phan Y Ly and actor Ho Ngoc Bao Khiem at the Black Box Theatre in Hanoi, part of Ly's Life Art organisation. We're creating a new devised show. Work-in-progress performances are this week. And, funding allowing, we'll be finishing the show in due course.

Next up for me is finishing the designs for Wounded, an off-site production for Birmingham Rep, directed by Steve Ball. More to follow...