current work:
‘Elisa – Save her Skin!’

on stage
‘A NEW MECCA’ by Rabab Ghazoul and Owen Griffiths, 80th anniversary of The Wales Temple of Peace / Deml Heddwch Cymru, Cardiff

‘NOW THE HERO/ NAWR YR ARWR’ by Marc Rees, characters: munitionette, Y Gododdin reciter, scanner, Brangwyn Hall, Swansea

‘Out of the Blue’ by Chloe Loftus, character: sea warrior Yolanda, Butetown Carnival, Cardiff

‘Out of the Blue’ by Chloe Loftus, character: sea warrior Yolanda, Green Man Festival, Crickhowell

‘4:33’ by John Cage, Tax Avoidance Cabaret, Le Pub, Newport

‘Ways of Being Together’, choreography and direction by Jo Fong
Final performance of Cardiff Dance Festival 2017, at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
with BSL interpretation by Julie Doyle, character: dancer & singer

‘RAFT’ by Gwyn Emberton Dance Production, directed by Gwyn Emberton, Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon and The Riverfront, Newport, character: a Local

Research & Development project on ‘Elisa – Save her Skin!’, funded by the Arts Council of Wales, with a presentation of the findings at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff


‘4:33’ by John Cage, Clear Cut 5, Cardiff

‘One7’ by John Cage, Cardiff Poetry Experiment

Adapting ‘Elisa’s Skin’ (the english translation of ‘La Peau d’Élisa) into ‘Elisa – Save her Skin!’

‘Four6’ by John Cage, Butetown History & Arts Centre, Cardiff

‘Who’s there?’, directed by: Monster-Truck, Sophiensaele, Berlin

Singing on demonstration for unconditional basic income with Bernadette la Hengst, on 14.09.2013 in front of the Friedrichstadtpalast, Berlin

‘Nueva Marinaleda’, directed by: Ernesto Collado, Festival ‘Foreign Affairs’, a production of the fundación Collado-Van Hoestenberghe, Pontós, character: singer, Berliner Festspiele

‘Unconditional Basic Income Singing’, directed by: Bernadette La Hengst, character: singer, Sophiensaele, Berlin

Campiello’, by Peter Turrini, character: Gasparina, and glove puppetry, Berlin

‘Europera 3’, by John Cage, directed by: Alwe Kaisery, character: singer and the seven deadly sins, HAU1 , Berlin

Mime ‘Mourners’, devised, directed by: Bernd Hahnke, character: widow, gravedigger, Berlin

‘Der tollste Tag’, by Peter Turrini, character: Countess Almaviva, Berlin

‘Because I couldn’t find the food I liked’, devised in collaboration, based on the novel ‘a hungerartist’ by Kafka and the poem ‘the panther’ by Rilke with texts from Ludwig Wittgenstein, Judith E. Wilson Studio, Cambridge

‘Henry IV’, based on the play by William Shakespeare, character: Welsh Woman, Görlitzer Park, Berlin

‘Pimp’, devised in collaboration, character: Tatjana, Berlin

‘Wer ist Hugo?’, devised in collaboration, character: Annemarie Weber, Berlin



‘Benutzt’, directed by Katalin Sofalvi, character: usher, Tiyatrom, Berlin

‘..und das ist alles?’, directed by Magz Barrawasser, character: clerk, Tiyatrom, Berlin

‘Der kleine Wolf’, devised in collaboration, children’s theatre play about migration, character: littel elefant and a monkey, Potsdam
‘Where the Wild Things Are’, collaboration, children’s theatre play, character: a Wild Thing, seagull, wave and tree, Tübingen

‘Romeo and Juliet’, collaboration, character: Mercutio, Tübingen

‘Die Affenbande’, devised in collaboration, children’s theatre play, character: little monkey, Veli Lošinj/Croatia

on screen
‘Anoraks’ Series Two Episodes 7 and 8 (short films), directed by: Darren Floyd and Ed Sinclair, character: Fantasy-fan
‘Gale of a Dragonfly’ (short film), directed by: Franziska Dimitrova, character: Nora Neumann
‘trigger film’ as a tool for discussion about the East London Federation of Suffragettes (short film), directed by: Olivia Plender , character: Suffragette

‘A hologram for the king’ (cine film), directed by: Tom Tykwer, character: guest at party

Scene from ‘The Birth’ (dffb-short movie), directed by: Khaled Mzher, character: Layla

‘Einsichten’ (public awareness film about domestic violence), directed by: Tom Weller, character: Sam

‘Masks’ (cine film), directed by: Andreas Marshall, character: fan




‘Geschlecht im Spiel’, character: speech at transPride Berlin