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NB: The following are listed in alphabetical order, not in order of online publication.

4.48 Psychosis

4.48 Psychosis, Sara Kane, Deafinitely Theatre, New Diorama Theatre, London, 11
October 2018.

Bad Hindu

Bad Hindu, Sunandha Raghunathan, Pentameters Theatre, London, 26 August 2018.

Bare Essentials

Bare Essentials, Emcompass Productions, The Arts Studio, London, 15 July 2017:
          ‘Chekhov’s Gun’, Ben Beck, dir. by Liam Fleming.
          ‘Generation Disconnect and Other Love Stories’, Kate Christopher, dir. by Lucy
Foster.
          ‘Monstrification of Eastern Europe’, Nina Wieda, dir. by Justin Murray.
‘Roommates’, Matthew Fowler, dir. by Ali Wright.
‘Should’ve Gone to Lourdes’, Stephen Kennedy, dir. by Kayla Feldman
.
          ‘Town Meeting’, Toby Parker Rees, dir. by Sam Dunstan.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Douglas McGrath, dir. by Marc Bruni, Aldwych
          Theatre, London, 15 April 2017.

Blood, Sweat and Vaginas

Blood, Sweat and Vaginas, Paula David, dir. by Sofia Start, The Bread and Roses Theatre,
London, 29 September 2018.

Creepypasta: The Story of Oscar

Creepypasta: The Story of Oscar, R J Lloyd & Matthew Greenfield, dir. by Martin
          Dimitrov, 17 August 2018.

Comedy of Errors

Comedy of Errors, William Shakespeare, dir. by Molly Gearan and Kate Lee, The
          Cockpit, London, 18 August 2018.

Common

Common, D C Moore, dir. by Jeremy Herrin, National Theatre, London, 7 June 2017. 

Cover My Tracks

Cover My Tracks, David Greig, dir. by Max Webster, Old Vic Theatre, London, 15 June
          2017.

Drowning on Dry Land

Drowning on Dry Land, Alan Ayckbourn, New Wimbledon Studio Theatre, Wimbledon,
          21 April 2017. 

Food

Food, Steve Rodgers, dir. by Cressida Brown, Finborough Theatre, London, 15 July 2017.

Hedda Gabler

Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, ed. by Patrick Marber, dir. by Ivo van Hove, National
          Theatre, London, 10 March 2017.

Iphigenia

Iphigenia, Caridad Svich, dir. by Oli Smith, The Bread and Roses Theatre, London, 30 July 
          2017.

Locked Up

Locked Up, James McAndrew, dir. by Heather Simpkin, Tristan Bates Theatre, London, 16
          July 2018.

MacBETTI

MacBETTI, Gus Kennedy Jacob, dir. by Anu Niemi, Marlborough Theatre, Brighton, 31
          May 2017.

Memory Soldier

Memory Soldier, 7th Sense Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre, London, 15 August 2018.

Mumburger

Mumburger, Sarah Kosar, dir. by Tommo Fowler, Old Red Lion Theatre, London, 18 July
          2017.

NSFW

NSFW, Lucy Kirkwood, dir. by Matthew Neubauer, The Lion and Unicorn Theatre,
          London, 31 July 2017.

One Was Nude & One Wore Tails

One Was Nude & One Wore Tails, Dario Fo, dir. by Theatre of Heaven and Hell,
Hen & 
Chickens Theatre, Highbury and Islington, 11 March 2017.

Revolution

Revolution, Exit Productions Ltd. and Kai Oliver, dir. by Joe Ball, CoLab Factory, London,
          8 June 2017.

Salomé

Salomé, Oscar Wilde, ed. by Yaël Farber, dir. by Yaël Farber, National Theatre, London, 
          19 June 2017.

Schrodinger’s Dog

Schrodinger’s Dog, Monty Jones, dir. by Dom Riley, The White Bear Theatre, London, 26
October 2018.

The Accidental Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

The Accidental Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Christopher Cutting, dir. by Anna
Marshall, White Bear Theatre, London, 24 July 2018.

The Enemies

The Enemies, Laura Dorn, The Bread and Roses Theatre, London, 14 October 2018. 

The English Heart

The English Heart, Matthew Campling, dir. by Matthew Campling, Etcetera Theatre,
          London, 13 June 2017.

The Happy Theory

The Happy Theory, Generation Arts, dir. by Ali Godfrey, The Yard Theatre, London, 23 
          June 2017.

The Men Who Made Frankenstein

The Men Who Made Frankenstein, Simon Christopher, Etcetera Theatre, London, 23
          August 2018.

The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse

The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, Puppet Barge Theatre, Puppet Barge Theatre,
London, 21 October 2018.

The Twilight Hour

The Twilight Hour, Second Self, Canal Café Theatre, London, 30 July 2018:
Misfortune, Mark Harvey Levine, dir. by William Ribo.
‘Take the Wheel’, Will Cooper, dir. by Rebecca Tenor.
‘Smart Home’, Jake Guastella, dir. by Olivia Stone.
‘The Human Touch’, David Vazdaukas, dir. by Elif Knight.
‘Pie in the Sky’, Susan Goodell, dir. by Layla Se-Eun Kim.
‘Can I Change My Mind?’ Jon Platt, dir. by Glenn Gaunt.

Woyzeck

Woyzeck, Georg Büchner, ed. by Jack Thorne, dir. by Joe Murphy, Old Vic Theatre,
          London, 14 June 2017.

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