She is currently developing her new play LIFE AND DEATH OF A JOURNALIST at the Park Theatre, supported by the PRISM project and fully funded by private donations this fall. A public reading of play directed Max Lindsay with a creative team will be showcased on October 18, 2019. The play attracted a private investor and will be mounted at the Vault Festival 2020 and run from February to March.
Her musical BLOOD CAKE – or the history of Mandopop is in development. The play was long-listed for the 2020 Old Vic 12 and the show has also been accepted onto the first round of Mercury Musical’s BEAM 2020 applications.
She is currently adapting Edith Wharton’s Glimpses of the Moon for the stage and is researching materials for her play on the history of Hong Kong’s British governors, East of Suez.
In 2017, she completed her first comedy tv script No 2 Daughter as part of BBC Writersroom’s London Voices initiative with script editor David Davis. It made the producers round of the highly competitive BBC Writers Programme 2020.
Commissions include a new play for the Drayton Arms Theatre and several other film and television projects.
She recently launched the Cities in Cinema network.