Current Work

Bechdel Theatre
Bechdel Theatre is a Community Interest Company born from a twitter account I created in 2015, inspired by the Bechdel Test and the work of Alison Bechdel.

Now co-run by me and Pippa Sa, Bechdel Theatre uses social media, podcasting, blogging, stickers, workshops, audience engagement, and performance events to support, amplify and connect people of marginalised genders in and through the performing arts.

🎧 Listen to Bechdel Theatre Podcast

More info:

Twitter: @BechdelTheatre
Insta: @bechdeltheatre
Fb: @Bechdel Theatre
I also perform as drag king Dan Load. Dan is a Kingspirational Motivation man who feels good about helping you feel good about feeling good. 

Dan's acts involve comedy, lip-syncing and audience-participation, and he is available for hire as a (dangerously enthusiastic) cabaret host.

Dan is a founding member of
The Family Jewels drag collective whose shows have sold out at DIY Space, VAULT Festival, and Omnibus Theatre.
We have performed and hosted on stages at The Southbank Centre, Aberration at Aberystwth Arts Centre, L Fest in Llandudno, DIY Space For London, and the UK's first ever Bi Pride.

Watch Dan Load unpacking masculinity at The RVT.

Insta: @danloaddrag
Twitter: @danloaddrag

Insta: @thefamilyjewelsdrag
Twitter: @familyjeweldrag
Fb: @thefamilyjewelsdrag
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Hasbian & Queer Diary 
Hasbian is an autobiographical comedy show based on my teenage diaries. 

More about Hasbian
Alongside creating Hasbian I host regular Queer Diary evenings for LGBTQ+ people.

Queer Diary events create a space for LGBTQ+ adults to share the experience I've had from creating Hasbian: a chance to re-connect with their younger-selves and share that connection with a friendly audience.

More about Queer Diary

📓Download the first Queer Diary zine to read
🖨 Download the zine to print at home
(Zines are large high-quality PDF files so may take a while to download)

Insta: @hasbianshow
Twitter: @hasbianshow

"You're not even, like, a Proper Lesbian"

Crocus is a new show I'm currently working on. 
Two self-declared “screaming fangirls” meet on a fan-forum in 2002. Over 15 years they stay in touch via changing online platforms, from forums, to Myspace, to Instagram. Despite only meeting a handful of times IRL, their friendship endures and deepens far beyond the shared fandom of a rock band they quickly grow out of.
Crocus combines IRL/digital and scripted/improvised performance, reflecting the nature of the characters relationship and giving the audience the chance to influence the characters' choices.

I began writing Crocus as part of the
Croydon Emerging Writers programme, and the opening scene had a work-in-progress reading on November 20th 2020 at CREW Cuts online festival, supported by Stanley Halls, Disentangle Projects & Arts Council England.

Listen to me talking about Crocus with Upper Norwood Library Hub.

Watch the  CREW Cuts scratch performance