Enrico Touché. 2022
Character comedy and silent clown. Enrico is entertaining the cabaret circuit of London, both on the ground and in the air. Work in progress. Photos by Alexis Dubus and James Millar.
Tales from Wales. 2022
Community circus project exploring Welsh mythology, using theatre, clowning and aerial. Recent R&D funded by Arts Council Wales and hosted by Circo Arts at Y Festri, LLanberis. Collaboration with Paula Renzel.
The Dolphin Hotel. 2021
Devised piece of contemporary circus theatre "The Dolphin Hotel " was produced at the NoFitState Circus Village artist residency in September 2021, directed by Firenza Guidi. Doubles trapeze devised and performed with Paula Renzel.
R & D for work dealing with the experience of trauma on the body and the effect of prolonged desk work on our physicality.
The Art of Air. 2019.
Devised trapeze routine and character for graduation show. Essential Aerial 3 Month Professional Course at My Aerial Home. Completion of 1 Month Foundation course in February 2019. Photography by Dan Pluck.
The Bacchae. 2019.
Retelling of Euripedes The Bacchae as part of an art installation dinner hosted by Open Space Contemporary. Devised in collaboration with Tom Rees, Bea Bonafini and Inês Neto dos Santos. Photography by Liz Gorman.
The Man Who Was Thursday. 2019.
Devised two-hander comedy based on GK Chesteron's novel The Man Who was Thursday. Residency at Roesemary Branch Theatre provided by Two Pale Ladies. Included 3 performances at Vaulty Towers, London. Created in collaboration with Tom Rees as part of The Moodboard with additional directing and dramaturgy by Simon Paris. Video and photography by Meurig Marshall.
Orpheus in the Underworld. 2019.
Movement piece for Riley Burkz at London College of Fashion for final year of MA Costume Design for Performance at LCF - UAL. Costume design Riley Burkz, photography by Agnes Treplin. Music by Alexander Nakarada.
Movement piece for Gabriella Lotaif at London College of Fashion for final year of MA Costume Design for Performance at LCF - UAL. Costume design, concept and realisation Gabriella Lotaif, project leadership and photography by Agnes Treplin.
Physical comedy devised and performed with Luck Nowell. Played for the whole of the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe at the New Town Theatre. "...neatly executed physical comedy, with their performances in each scene completely on the money." The List. "The chaps are lovely and the shtick is absolutely delightful..." Kate Copstick, The Scotsman. Photography by Julia Masli.
That's Not Funny. 2017.
Cast devised clown comedy exploring themes of performers' mental health. Played at Hackney Picturehouse and London Clown Festival 2017. Directed by Mark Winstanley and Charles Shetcliffe founder of A Ship of Fools. Photogrpahy by Ynos Productions.