The Tattoist’s Mother

I’ve got a new short story in issue 6 of The Amphibian Literary Journal, March 2024, with the theme of healing.

You can buy a print copy or the online version here.

Nothing on Earth – play script

A funny, moving play which celebrates the lives of three real-life heroines: Edwardian balloonist and parachutist Dolly Shepherd (1886–1983), suffragette Constance Lytton (1869–1923), and interwar explorer Violet Cressy-Marcks (1895–1970).

Theatre Centre: Plays for Young People

Edited and Introduced by Rosamunde Hutt, foreword by Pam St. Clement

A challenging and culturally diverse collection of new plays for young people by some of the UK’s foremost writers aimed at young people. Beautifully written and tested in performance, these plays which deal with topics such as domestic violence, eating disorders, mother/daughter relationships and sibling rivalry, has become essential texts for teenagers, theatres, schools, colleges and drama groups.

Introduction by Rosamunde Hutt | On the Road with Theatre Centre

Look At Me by Anna Reynolds: Uses theatricality to explore behaviour in and out of school.

Rebel Voices: Monologues for Women by Women

Celebrating 40 Years of Clean Break Theatre Company

Rebel Voices: Monologues for Women by Women celebrates the opportunities inherent when women represent themselves. Offering female performers a diverse set of monologues reflecting a range of characters in age, ethnicity and lived experience, the material is drawn from a mix of published and unpublished works. 

This book is for any performer who does not see themselves represented in mainstream plays, for lovers of radical women’s theatre and for rebels everywhere who believe that the act of speaking and being heard can create change.

Red by Anna Reynolds

Singular Female Voices

Three remarkable short plays for one (female) actor.

Jordan by Anna Reynolds with Moira Buffini
The true story of Shirley Jones, who kills her baby boy, Jordan, rather than have him taken away by his abusive father.

Jordan is the powerful and moving true story of a young woman’s journey from the soggy chip papers of Morecambe to her trial for the murder of her baby boy, having saved him from his abusive father.

Jordan is a short play for a solo performer, first staged at the Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells, in 1992. It won the Writers’ Guild Award for Best Fringe Play.