Theatre includes: The End of the Line/A Bunch of Amateurs (Southwold); Dry (Human Story Theatre); When the Rain Stops Falling (Cheltenham/Oxford); Atlantis (Old Fire Station); Guilty Secret/Ghosts of the Titanic (Frinton); Blithe Spirit (Studio Theatral du Luberon); The Dresser (The Duke of York’s/Tour); The King & I (London Palladium); And Then The Dark (Wolsey, Ipswich); Skylight, Two, Love Love Love, Shopping & F***ing, A Taste of Honey, Sweet Peter, Twelfth Night, An Inspector Calls, Posh, Cock (Ruskin Platforms); As You Like It (Newcastle), Another Country (Richmond); Rookery Nook (Theatre Royal, Brighton & Redgrave Farnham); The Importance of Being Earnest (Cirencester); Othello (tour); Romeo & Juliet (tour); Heartbreak House (tour); Lost in a Mirror (BAC); An Inspector Calls (UK Tour)
Television includes: Doctors, The Crown, Rosemary & Thyme, Eastenders, The Bill, Messiah, Hustle, Trevor’s World of Sport, Prince Albert in Reputations, Attachments, Dangerfield, In the Red, Ruth Rendell Mystery.
Film includes: Star Wars: Rogue One, Queen and Country, Come Together, Dream, Lady Godiva and June.
Radio includes: The Hummingbird (BBC Radio 3).
Audiobook & Concert Narrations: The Woman in Black and I’m The King of the Castle, both for Susan Hill. Vaughan Williams’ An Oxford Elegy (with Robert Secret and the Oxford Harmonic Society), Peter and the Wolf (Oxford Chamber Music Festival), Clara Schumann (with Reiko Fujisawa) and Keats’ St Agnes’ Eve (with Hugh Petter).