~ PlayFight (2021 – 2023) ~

PlayFight: The Three Hander debuted as a full length production at Deptford Town Hall from November 9th – 13th 2021. South London is an integral setting for the play, so it was wonderful to see the production unfold in such a majestic venue.

PlayFight ran for a limited time on June 2nd-3rd 2022 at Theatre Peckham, as part of their inaugural Peckham Fringe Festival.

PlayFight will run for five nights at The Pleasance Theatre, Islington on May 29th, 30th – June 3rd 2023.

~ PlayFight (2019) ~

PlayFight was inspired by the debate around the stereotyping of young black males, by Orisun Productions. After workshopping the idea with the company and Director Josh Hinds again, Christina wrote the play over Summer 2019. PlayFight debuted as a staged reading at the Matchstick Piehouse in September 2019.

~ Face To Face (2019) ~

Teaming up with Director Josh Hinds from Darkridge, Christina decided to take her two hander Face to Face in a new direction. Face to Face was performed as a rehearsed reading at The Drayton Arms Theatre in August 2019 with Spence – Hinds Theatre.

~ Face To Face (2018) ~

Written as a twenty minute scene between two people in a prison visiting room, Christina expanded the piece as a full two hander. Working with Director Rachel Mervis and Producers HiddenViewz, the play debuted in the closing weekend of the Brighton Fringe Festival in June, at The Rialto Theatre. The play then opened the Camden Fringe Festival in August, at The Etcetera Theatre. The play’s final performance as a two hander, was performed at Linklaters Lawfirm, as a special BAME event, celebrating diversity.

~ The Beach House (2016) ~

The Beach House is a thriller, written as an epic three hander. It was produced by Blackout Creative Arts. The play debuted as a staged reading in June 2016 at The Etcetera Theatre, Camden as part of a New Writing weekend.

The Beach House was a finalist in the Scriptwriters & Co International Writers Festival.

~ Darkridge (2015) ~

As her very first play, Darkridge marked Christina’s debut into the theatre world. While approaching innovative theatre company, Doughnut Productions for an internship as part of her MA course, they asked her to write a play for them. Darkridge was performed at the 3 Mills Studios to a full house.