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End Of The Rainbow captures the dwindling twilight of Audrey Hepburn’s career. Marred by alcohol and drug addictions, the super star sets about resurrecting her career. The concept uses a vacant carpark and street lamp creating a derelict theatre to convey a sense of dellusion and a desperate attempt by the fading star to regain her former glory.

Blackbird was the most talked about, critically acclaimed production of the 2005 Edinburgh Festival before transferring to the West End in 2006. The play revolves around a relationship between an adult and a minor. The 12 year old girl turns both their lives upsidedown. The concept visually plays on the lead male character being a protector or predator.