Jen trained as a director on the StoneCrabs Young Directors Programme for which she directed Being Norwegian by David Grieg. She has directed short plays and rehearsed readings for companies such as Tamasha and Yellow Earth. She recently co-created  I Walk in your Words, a verbatim play about belonging in contemporary Britain, with Kristine Landon-Smith.

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Of Being Alone in a Forest

Tom Morton-Smith's small but perfectly formed play for The Miniaturists, Of Being Alone in a Forest sees Laura (Anna Bolton) and Peter (Stephen Fawkes) reunite by chance. By turns funny and sad, it asks us to examine the lives we could have led.

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New Muslim Voices

Commissioned to explore alternative voices of Muslim men in modern British drama, Tamasha's scratch night at Soho Theatre included work from four Muslim members of their writer's group.

The Plot by Asif Khan & Peace Code by Mediah Ahmed.

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I Walk in your Words

Working with Kristine Landon-Smith and Tamasha Developing Artists, a headphone verbatim piece was created which examined what it means to be at home in Britain in 2017.