EXONERATED (Hope Mill Theatre); EMILIA (Vaudeville Theatre - West End transfer); KING ARTHUR; THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ (The Scoop); AFTER ORLANDO (Vibrant Festival); HENRIETTA LACKS (tour); VIEUX CARRE (Charing Cross Theatre transfer from Kings Head); THE AMERICAN CLOCK (Finborough Theatre); TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (Theatre Clwyd & tour); VAGINA MONOLOGUES (New End Theatre); A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (English Shakespeare Company); ROMEO & JULIET; TAMING OF THE SHREW (R.J.W. Open Air Productions); TWELFTH NIGHT (Battersea Arts Centre); DIE HAMLETMACHINE (Amsterdam Fringe Festival); THE DIVINERS; NEW ANATOMIES (Man in the Moon Theatre).
MIRACLE WORKERS 2 (DARK AGES); THERE SHE GOES 2; HOLBY CITY; EASTENDERS; EMMERDALE; CASUALTY; DOCTORS (lead, series regular)
TWO FOR JOY (Blonde to Black Productions); DEAD CREATURES (Long Pig Productions)
Theatre includes: 17 and QUALTY STREET (Finborough); THE RING OF TRUTH and ALISON’S HOUSE (Orange Tree); THE PURIFICATON RITUAL OF THE SACRED NYMPHS OF NATTERJACK, BUSH BAZAAR and GEISHA GIRLS (The Bush); ABSENT FRIENDS, HUMBLE BOY and NIGHTFALL (National Tours/LCT); AN IDEAL HUSBAND (Theatre Clwyd); LES ENFANTS DU PARADIS (Arcola); PERICLES (Ludlow); CHARLEY’S AUNT (Norwich Playhouse); ERASMUS MONTANUS (Greenwich Studio/BAC).
Television/Film includes: MURDER ON THE BLACKPOOL EXPRESS, HOLBY CITY, PARTNERS IN CRIME, SAFE HOUSE, RESTLESS, EMMERDALE, WHERE THE HEART IS, CASUALTY, JUDGE JOHN DEED, WING AND A PRAYER, RED DWARF, OSCAR AND LUCINDA.
Radio includes: POETRY PLEASE, WORDS AND MUSIC, NIGHT WAVES, THE VERB, TONGUE AND TALK: THE DIALECT POETS, COLOMENDY: A RITE OF PASSAGE.
Playwright Dameon Garnett.
Playwright Dameon Garnett has had three plays receive their world premieres at the Finborough Theatre – '17'; his Time Out Critics’ Choice play, 'Break Away', which starred Tina Malone, and 'Follow'. His first play, 'New Year’s Day', was performed at the Royal Court Young Writers’ Festival, starring Michael Angelis. He also received a playwriting bursary from the Soho Theatre. In 2013 he was invited to become a member of the Studio Group at the Royal Court Theatre.
Director Rasheka Christie-Carter.
Director Rasheka Christie-Carter is an emerging new talent direct from the Young Vic Directors Program. In 2019 she directed her first One Act play at the Rudolf Steiner Theatre, ‘Blind Date’, with Get Over It Productions.