Plays

SHORT PLAYS FOR THEATRE:

MARI* - Drip Action Theatre Trail, Arundel Festival, West Sussex, UK; Theatre In The Attic, Suffolk, UK; Fulda High School, Minnesota, USA; Clitheroe Theatre, Lancashire, UK
REGRET RIEN* - Windsor Fringe Festival, Kenneth Branagh Drama Award winner 2012 
THE SEVENTH TRAIN (one-act play) - Windsor Fringe Festival, Kenneth Branagh Drama Award winner 2013 
THE MEANING OF i-POD - Etcetera Theatre, Camden Town, London (performed by Blind Summit Theatre Company)
TOO SHORT - Hotbed Festival, Cambridge, UK
BIND - Etcetera Theatre, Camden Town, London
CHANGING ROOMS* - Arundel Festival, West Sussex. UK; Laughing Stock Theatre Society, BC, Canada; Eagan Theatre Company, Minnesota, USA; Macra Na Feirme, Ireland; Ottershaw Players, Surrey, UK; Cherhill Village Theatre, Wiltshire, UK, Stageright Theatre, North Wales; Lake Central, Indiana; Dolman Theatre, Newport, Wales.
DUSTMAN - QuirkHouse 5 'Theatre Crawl,' Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK
UNSPOKEN WORD - QuirkHouse 5 'Theatre Crawl', Suffolk, UK
INVISIBLE IRENE - INK Festival, Suffolk

FULL LENGTH PLAYS FOR THEATRE:

THE SEVENTH TRAIN - QuirkHouse Theatre Co., tour of Suffolk, UK
ROPES - Theatre In The Attic, Suffolk, UK
TALKING IN THE LIBRARY* - QuirkHouse Theatre Co., Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK; Swallows Theatre Co., Brighton Fringe Festival 2015 (runner-up ' Fringe Guru Audience Choice Award'); Drip Action Theatre Summer Show, South Stoke, UK; QuirkHouse Theatre Co., East Anglia Tour, UK, Tour of Suffolk Libraries, UK
WINTER TAILS I, II and III - QuirkHouse Theatre Co., tour of East Anglia, UK

(*text and performance rights available from: www.lazybeescripts.co.uk)

PLAYS FOR RADIO

THE SEVENTH TRAIN (one-act version) - Radio West Suffolk; SNYA Radio, Norfolk
MARI - Shoreditch Radio, London

The Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama

One of the very happy winners (second left), receiving the Kenneth Branagh Award for New Drama on the 10th anniversary of the prize - the second time that Jackie Carreira had been a winner. The marvellous judges on this occasion were Fay Weldon CBE and Peter Gallagher.
(With thanks to the organisers of the Windsor Fringe Festival for the picture)