About Becky

Hailing from Peterborough, Becky studied Drama and Theatre Arts at Goldsmiths College, University of London and has since moved back to her hometown. She works as a writer and a performer.

Her work is regularly inspired by the fen landscape of her home.

Becky’s writing includes plays for the stage and radio, poetry, short stories, and an in-progress novel.

In 2018 Becky became an Producer for Lamphouse Theatre. She also works as a dramaturg on their devised shows.

Becky is very fond of trees, beaches and East Anglian fields.


Wild Boy:

“Joyous, yet poignant” – audience feedback

“Excellent imaginative storytelling” – audience feedback

Standing High Out Of Shrunken Peat:

“The beauty of the fens, encaspulated” – Judy Stevens – I’d Rather Be in Deeping Magazine

“Perfectly depicting beauty, landscape and atmosphere” – Natasha Shiels – The Fens Magazine

Generation Zero:

heartbreaking…warm and harrowing” – EdFringe Review

original and tender description…a smart, touching and deeply considered drama” – The Student Newspaper

a stunning experimental play” – Fringe Biscuit