Shook, Southwark Playhouse, Hope Street Theatre, Theatr Clwyd, Stephen Joseph Theatre and Marlowe Theatre, 2019; Trafalgar Studios, 2020
The world premiere of the 2019 Papatango New Writing Prize winner by Samuel Bailey was nominated for 7 OffWestEnd Awards including Best Production and broke box office records on a national tour; subsequently transferred to the West End.
The Funeral Director, Southwark Playhouse, 2018; Traverse Theatre, Nottingham Playhouse, North Wall and HOME, 2019
The world premiere of the 2018 Papatango New Writing Prize winner by Iman Qureshi; subsequently remounted in a co-production with English Touring Theatre.
Hanna, National Tour, 2018
The world premiere by Samantha Potter, Papatango's second Resident Playwright, which sold out a month at the Arcola Theatre before touring to Cheltenham, Oxford, Canterbury, Bedford, Luton, Exeter, Mold, Greenwich and Cardiff.
Trestle, Southwark Playhouse, 2017
The world premiere of the 2017 Papatango New Writing Prize winner by Stewart Pringle, nominated for OffWestEnd Awards for Most Promising Playwright, Best Female Performance and Best Male Performance.
Orca, Southwark Playhouse, 2016
The world premiere of the 2016 Papatango New Writing Prize winner by Matt Grinter, nominated for OffWestEnd Awards for Most Promising Playwright and Best Set.
After Independence, Arcola Theatre, 2016; BBC Radio Four, 2017
The world premiere by May Sumbwanyambe, which won the 2016 Alfred Fagon Audience Award and was adapted for broadcast on BBC Radio Four, being named pick of the week.
Tomcat, Southwark Playhouse, 2015
The world premiere of the 2015 Papatango New Writing Prize winner by James Rushbrooke, directed by JMK Award winner Kate Hewitt with an Olivier Award-winning cast. Nominated for OffWestEnd Awards for Best New Play, Best Female Performance and Best Male Performance.
Transatlantic Commissions, Old Vic Theatre, 2015
The world premieres of new plays by three emerging American writers: The End of Something by Chad Beckim, Misanthropes by Thomas Bradshaw, and 15, 16, 17 by Emily Schwend.
Donkey Heart, Trafalgar Studios, 2015
The West End transfer of my production of Moses Raine's new play, directed by TMA, Evening Standard and Critics' Circle Award-winner Nina Raine, lit by Olivier Award-winner Peter Mumford, with a cast including Tony Award-nominee Amanda Root.
Coolatully, Finborough Theatre, 2014
The world premiere of the winner of the 2014 Papatango New Writing Prize by Fiona Doyle.
Donkey Heart, Old Red Lion Theatre, 2014
The world premiere by Moses Raine, directed by Nina Raine (TMA, Evening Standard and Critics' Circle Awards).
The Keepers of Infinite Space, Park Theatre, 2014
The world premiere of Omar El-Khairy's play on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Unscorched, Finborough Theatre, 2013
The world premiere of the winner of the 2013 Papatango New Writing Prize by Luke Owen.
Happy New, Trafalgar Studios, 2013
The West End premiere of BAFTA-nominee Brendan Cowell, starring Critics' Circle and Ian Charleson Award-winner Lisa Dillon.
Pack and Everyday Maps for Everyday Use, Finborough Theatre, 2012
The world premieres of the winners of the 2012 Papatango New Writing Prize, two new plays by Louise Monaghan and Tom Morton-Smith.
The Fear of Breathing, Finborough Theatre, 2012; Akasaka Theatre, 2013
The world premiere of a verbatim play on the Syrian revolution. Transferred to Akasaka Red Theatre, Japan.
The Madness of George III, Oxford Playhouse, 2009
The first revival of Alan Bennett's classic play, in the city where Bennett began his writing career.