Past Projects

She Festival: To Be His Daughter – May 2013
A UK-Israeli promenade theatre piece on the theme of daughter-father relationships in which Emma participated.

My heart is a place where flowers grow – 2011
The first solo show of Emma’s spoken word work at the Not Part Of Festival and Lassfest, Manchester and at Ilkley Literature Festival Fringe in 2011.

‘Beautifully crafted, thought provoking, fearless and insightful’ (Review, Large magazine)

In the late 1990’s Emma did a good spell on Manchester’s queer theatre and cabaret scene. This culminated in her role as co-writer and producer of Manchester’s fondly remembered queer pantos  ‘Snow White and the 7 Dubious Stereotypes’ and ‘Little Red 30-something and Her Queer Adventures in Wonderland’ which packed the Green Room in 2002 & 2004.

Emma has written freelance journalism for Diva magazine and blogged.


You can read more about these things when Emma gets round to this part of the website in a bit more depth..!


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