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Theatre is Healing.

“Art must initiate change within us. The audience is witness and the stage shows the truth.

I want them to go home after, either moved or in deep thought.”

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Sarah is sick and tired of making choices. All her life has been an endless struggle, due to a health condition and many sacrifices. Will Gab be able to help her with taking the hardest decision of all, even though she doesn't even know him?

Or does she?

Selected at S.P.O.T. One Act Festival, NYC 2022

Preview: NDT Broadgate Scratch Night, May 2022

Premiere: The Space, London, August 2022

Something is very wrong with Mohamed, he can’t move nor hear anything. He knows he's gay and Muslim, and he tries to recall what happened to him, going on a journey where he speaks to his ex boyfriend, who called him ‘mental’, and to his mute and deaf brother, using BSL. The audience is transported back and forth between Mohamed’s story and the afterlife, where they learn from Mr Charon that they’re all dead, and they must find out why.

Supported by: Peter Tatchell Foundation and

Deaf Rainbow UK

Premiere: The Space, London, Sept 2022

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Seven short blasts

(Sette squilli brevi e uno lungo)

Maestro Antimo Magnotta is a survivor of the 2012 Costa Concordia shipwreck. After suffering from PTSD, he eventually finds it in himself to go back and play, turning the pain into art. From the music he composes, the memory of that journey comes to life again, in front of his very eyes and those of the audience of this semi-immersive play, transforming the room into one of the halls of the ship itself and showing true stories he witnessed, ranging from crass to poetic, and from hysterical to tragic.

Preview: The Cambria, London, June 2018

Premiere: Fidelio Cafe, London, January 2020