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My Parents are Aliens

I have been privileged to work on five seasons of this programme which was made at Yorkshire Television in Leeds. Making television is very different from making for theatre. In theatre, you generally have six to eight weeks to produce costumes and properties for performance. With Television they make an episode a week, I would …

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Leeds Playhouse (WYP)

In a freelance capacity, I have enjoyed working in the wardrobe and the props department supportive staff in the completion of costumes and properties for performance and also completing costumes in my fully equipt studio, Theatre products, Bollywood Jane, Privates on Parade, lion,Witch and the Wardrobe, Hounds of the Baskerville and Flat Stanley

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Light Night – Leeds Festival of Light

Commissioned by Leeds Playhouse (West Yorkshire Playhouse) Literary department to engage with the youth theatre to design, source, and make their costume for three individual performances in three different settings across the city. The first performance was situated outside the Playhouse. Aliens had landed and were intended to take over the planet. To defined the …

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Faceless Theatre Company

Commissioned to remake the Snowman Family for Faceless Theatres festive community workshops, they were a joy to replicate and to watch them perform! I was also commissioned to mend the racing snails costumes and produce a circle wellbeing interactive kite, six-meter in diametre, and separated into eight individual sections.

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We Stand Together

‘We Stand Together’ is part of the 6 million+ charitable trust programme highlighting the plight of displaced people around the world which are current and historical. Alongside other community projects, they combine and come together to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day. During the summer workshops, the group to design and make two performative banners that would …

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Third Space Performance

This explorative, collaborative group performance explored various sensory dimensions, of space and time. Taking initial inspiration from the life story of the French inventor, Louis Le Prince, who lived in Leeds from 1866 and who disappeared in 1890. The performance took the audience members on a physical journey through various zones that performed various sensory …

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(dys)function(ing)

(dys)function(ing) performance explores scenographic materials, feminine objects, and the fragility of the human condition. The intimate one to one performances invited guests to partake in the ritual of tea drinking and explore the objects on display. The collection of curated objects held significant semiotic signage on  personal history which initiated conversations to occur between the …