Theatre Productions

Do It Theatre

Do It Theatre are a visual theatre company that uses illustration, art, animation and zines to tell theatrical stories designed for adults with autism and mental health issues. I design and write the productions. Below are a list of our productions.



Ten Little Memories at Hidden Door Festival Edinburgh June 2 and 3 2016.
More info here –
This Private Play made use of special Flipbook animation and illustration to present a story about memory. The audience follows a story in which they relive ten memories from the perspective of a character who lives with an undiagnosed mental illness. The format follows thePrivate Plays method and is a bold, original and interactive look at mental health and well-being.

Ten Little Memories - BasicSpace



Ten Little Memories at Ignite Dundee May 7 2016.
 More info here –
Ten Little Memories was performed in Dundee on May 7 as part of the Ignite Dundee Festival

Ten Little Memories - BasicSpace



CIRCLES, CIRCLES, CIRCLES Summerhall, Edinburgh Friday 4 March 2016
More info here –
Short Private Play as part of the Anatomy Arts/Theatre/Music/Spoken Word Event
at Summerhall, Edinburgh. The event took place on Friday 4 March 2016 at 8pm.
Info here.


Ten Little Memories at BasicSpace 17 -21 February 2016. Peckham, London.
More info here –
Ten Little Memories - BasicSpace



Hidden Door Festival (May 22 – 30, 2015) Edinburgh.
A Private Play entitled ‘Creature’ was presented during a multi-arts festival within an old abandoned Lighting Depot.

Small Stories/Big City Festival (April 18, 2015) Rich Mix, Bethnal Green Road, London.
I presented a Private Play entitled ‘Love.Stop.Repeat’ at the Rich Mix Theatre, London. This production received Creative Scotland funding.

Emerging Theatre Showcase (December 16 – 20, 2014) New Diorama Theatre, 15-16 Triton Street, Regents Place, London, NW1 3BF.
I presented a Private Play ‘Diary’ in the cafe/bar area of the venue after accepting an Emerging Theatre Companies Award from New Diorama Theatre.

Horror Souk Festival (October 31 – November 22, 2014) Sheffield.
A Private Play entitled ‘Girlfriend in a Coma’ was presented in an abandoned Woolworths as part of the Horror Souk Festival.

All Change Festival (October 3 -5 2014) Lyric Hammersmith, London
A Private Play entitled ‘Strange Little Soul’ was developed for the cafe/bar area.

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