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Tikkun Olam

Tikkun Olam: in everything you do, you must seek the opportunity to repair the world

Steve Alexander is preparing to stand as an MP for a hotly contested constituency. As part of his campaign he is backing the building of a Holocaust memorial near Parliament Square, to help the campaign gain traction. Steve and his campaign manager Dan invite social influencer Leah on board as a one woman focus group. As Dan, Steve and Leah try and persuade the divided community to back the memorial their own motivations are challenged as the political and personal ties between them are tested to the very limit.

Winner of the Originals Playwriting Award 2022
Shortlisted for the Woven Voices Prize 2022

HATE (La Haine)

A stage adaptation of the French film classic by Mathieu Kassovitz, HATE played the Netherlands - in co-production with Likeminds Amsterdam - and the Barbican London.

Shortlisted for the Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award 2012


An adaptation, critique, and re-imagination of the controversial Michel Houellebecq novel, adapted for HOME Manchester.


Driving Miss Daisy

by Alfred Uhry
English > Dutch, for national main house tour, Senf Theaterpartners


V: Virtue of Victory

by Thirsa van Til
Dutch > English, for Theaterlab New York



by Sarah Miles
English > Dutch, for Imagine Nation & Theater Amsterdam


Fort G

by Anne Gehring & Vera Ketelaars
Dutch > English, for UK tour


Life and Times

by Nature Theatre of Oklahoma
English > Dutch, for Netherlands tour, Festival de Keuze Rotterdam


The Mountaintop

by Katori Hall
English > Dutch, for Studio Dubbelagent, Netherlands tour


by Duncan Macmillan
English > Dutch, for Studio Dubbelagent, Netherlands tour and National Theatre of the Netherlands


by debbie tucker green
English > Dutch, for Studio Dubbelagent, Netherlands tour


by Simon Stephens
English > Dutch, for Studio Dubbelagent, Netherlands tour