Past Productions


Date With Destiny

A Date with Destiny – September 2008 (Bloomsbury Theatre)

We teamed up with writers Charlene Gorden and Jaida Gomez based at the White Lion Youth Centre in Angel, North London for this one day production. The play, self-funded and sold out, explored the opportunities provided for young people in deprived areas and what leads some on the wrong path.


A Lighter Shade of Blue – April 2010 – (Albany Theatre)

Devised piece developed over several months and performed for three days. A Lighter Shade of Blue evolved from a weekly acting workshop with 10 aspiring actors between the ages of 14-21. The final piece covered issues such as bullying, marriage problems and other topics the cast were keen to explore.


Misidentity – April 2011 (Lost Theatre)

“brilliant…fantastically witty” –

We teamed up with writer/director duo Stephanie Fynn and Hasti Mobassar (Stasti Theatre) to stage their debut play Misidentity. The play dealt with themes of knife crime and the misrepresentation of young people in urban communities and was staged for a week.



7 Detestable Sins – August 2011 (RADA – Camden Fringe Festival)

“truly hilarious….showed promise…the talent and creativity is there” –

4 day performance as part of the Camden Fringe Festival. We were keen to produce something different to our previous work and so we teamed up with Yazz Fetto, founder of comedy sketch group Four Munks and Nun on this production which found a way to blend comedy with the seriousness of list of sins which God detests according to bible.


Family Secrets – November 2011 (Lost Theatre) and March 2012 (Salford Arts Centre, Manchester)

We teamed up with writer/actor Silvano Griffiths-Francis of SVG Productions to explore issues of domestic violence and homosexuality in Christianity. Family Secrets enjoyed a week run at the Lost Theatre and has since been toured across the country.

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The Waiting Room – August/September 2012 (Lost Theatre)

Written and Directed by Stepping Stonez founder Serge Rashidi-Zakuani. The Waiting Room explores themes of life after death, free will and the pursuit of happiness and enjoyed a three week run at the Lost Theatre