Theatre includes: Romeo and Juliet, Richard III (Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre); Jack Lear (Hull Truck/Northern Stage); Love From A Stranger (Royal and Derngate /Fiery Angel national tour); Merry Wives, King Lear, The Man With Two Gaffers, Henry V, A Woman Killed With Kindness (Northern Broadsides); Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Cheek by Jowl, Barbican Centre, national and international tour); Fast Food (Royal Exchange Manchester); Ed Reardon: A Writer’s Burden (Pleasance, Edinburgh); Aladdin (Opera House Manchester); The Wicked Lady, Flamingo Land (New Vic); The Servant (Birmingham Rep); Bad Company (The Bush); Somewhere (National Theatre); Itchy (National Theatre Studio); Finger Food (Assembly Rooms Edinburgh); Believe Me (Southwark Playhouse); Mad or Bad (Pilot Theatre); Lifelines (Theatre Foundry); Was He Anyone? (Union Theatre) The National Theatre (King’s Head); Diamond Hard, All Saints, Confetti (Furious Theatre Collective); Tins (INK Festival).
Television includes: Boat Story, Slow Horses, Coronation Street, Eastenders, Law and Order UK (8 series.), Holby, Casualty, Extras, Trial and Retribution, Mandy Kramer’s Drivetime, Where the Heart Is, Family Affairs, William and Mary, A and E, The Bill, Touching Evil, City Central, Forgive and Forget, Peak Practice, The Governor, A Perfect Match, The Peter Principle, Smashie and Nicey, Stop The World, Is This About Crop Circles? and Low Level Panic.
Radio includes: Beauty of Britain (co-creator, writer and series regular), Ed Reardon’s Week, Mastering the Universe and Dave Podmore (BBC Radio 4).
Writing includes: Diamond Hard (winner of the Almeida Theatre’s WRITE competition), Beauty of Britain and Kicked by a Cow (BBC Radio 4), Lucky Jen (The Nosocomial Project).
Nicola is a guest director at LAMDA.