Matilda/Mathilde is about a woman who inhabits alternative futures. These futures are both cause and effect of a head injury sustained when Matilda/Mathilde is beaten by riot police while taking part in protest against climate change. In one future, the assault on Matilda goes virtually unnoticed and she lives in an inner city eco-village community, The Deep. In the alternative future, Mathilde is a celbrity who lives in the ‘perfect’ environmentalist world, Ecotopia… (a TV series)
Advent: Scotland, a not too distant future: Saved from street execution by a supernatural force, Mick bears the evidence of his reprieve as stigmata. In company with his best friend’s girlfriend, Kathy, and her long-lost brother, a world-wise dwarf, Tam, Mick runs for his life into the highlands to escape sadistic agents of an eco-authoritarian Extended European Union. (a TV series from my novel The Advent of the Incredulous Stigmata Man. Pitch is with Red Planet)
Athena: Inside the prison cell of an environmentalist accused of ecoterrorism as friends, lawyers and politicians try to persuade her to renounce direct action, apologise and stay her execution (a stageplay)
Indigo: Each of Indigo’s three acts is a distinct exploration around the common theme of climate change. In addition to the conceptual theme, the play is visually united by the through-going motif of indigo, the colour of the robes of the Tuareg people who are invoked to represent resilient humanity in future worlds warming towards apocalyptic temperatures (submitter do playwriting competition)
Who Cares? A piece of forum theatre about direct action (by academics against nuclear proliferation) that it would be great to perform – at least a part of – with emerging platform theatre colleagues.
Friends on Facebook A play for voices about refugees coming to Britain and meeting British culture that needs recording and posting on YouTube