Has written plays for theatres throughout the United Kingdom, including Paines Plough and National Theatre Wales.\n', '
He won a Judges’ Award at the 2015 Bruntwood Prize for his play How My Light is Spent at the Royal Exchange, Manchester. He also wrote The Opportunity of Efficiency - the first international collaboration for National Theatre Wales with the New National Theatre Tokyo. The play was staged at the New National Theatre Tokyo\'s The Pit stage in 2013 and was directed by NTW artistic director John McGrath.\n', '
In 2011 he set up liveartshow, a company specialising in new theatre with music with director Martin Constantine and composer Harry Blake. The company staged Manga Sister, a contemporary dance opera, at The Yard, London and the same venue staged a re-telling of Rhinegold by the same company in 2012. Liveartshow also presented The Future For Beginners, a co-production with the Wales Millennium Centre, at Summerhall at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2014 along with a national tour. The production won a Musical Theatre Network Award while at Edinburgh.\n', '