Performance Credits On the Middle Day (Old Vic Theatre); The Diary of a Hounslow Girl (Black Theatre Live National UK Tour) ; Mind the Gap (National Theatre); No Guts, No Heart, No Glory (Perth International Arts Festival Australia / BBC 4)Words and Women (Edinburgh Fringe); After all this (Ovalhouse); Fair Exchange (Hen and Chickens Theatre); Constant Reminder (International Arts Festival); Variations on a Theme (Camden People's Theatre); Random Acts (Channel 4); Murdered by my Father (BBC Three); Finding Fatimah (Esplanade Vale Media); Curfue (National Film School); Ladies Day (Sky)
2017 ‘POT’ (Stage: Ovalhouse March 2017) Louisa wakes up in a flat on her estate surrounded by debris from last night’s blow out. Her boyfriend, Josh’s effort to conceal last night’s events is faltering. With the front door sealed and no signal on her phone, she realises she is not alone. Is Miles her means to get back to the world and reclaim her existence? POT was inspired by the recent comeback of Gang Culture within the UK as well as ‘Britain’s Forgotten Children’ season which aired on C4. The season focused on the thousands of children who get lost in the care system within the UK. 2016 - 2017 ‘The Diary of a Hounslow Girl’ (Stage: Black Theatre Live & House Theatre Tour) The Diary of a Hounslow Girl is told through the eyes of a 16 year old British Muslim Girl growing up in West London. From traditional Pakistani weddings to fights on the night bus this is a funny, bold, provocative one woman show highlighting the challenges of being brought up as a young woman in a traditional Muslim family alongside the temptations and influences growing up in and around London. Originally commissioned by Ovalhouse. Supported by Black Theatre Live. 2016 'Relapse' (Short Film: In development) A young father Ryan has just been released from a one year prison sentence. He returns home with the prospects of rebuilding his relationship with his daughter Jasmin, but with a criminal record, re-assimilation back into society is proving to be impossible. 2016 'The Raz and Deep Show' (TV: The Wall of Comedy Channel) Brand new comedy sketch show involving sketches which explore the clash between traditional Indian/Pakistani culture and modern British life. Starring Ambreen Razia and Mandeep Dhillon.