- Carefree: a full length play about what a teenage buy and his mum.
- A Game of Two Halves: a couple on a football terrace. A short play that may be performed at Theatre Royal Bath.
- Tick-Tock (performed):
A former TV star returns to a seaside town to
play Hook, only to find Peter Pan is much more than an on-stage rival. Watch it
- Tank (performed): a glimpse into the competitive world of pantomime horse performers. Watch it here
- Loud Mouth (work in progress, long-listed for Old Vic 12): a shock DJ fuels fascist sympathies after the UK votes to Remain.
- Our Kid (work in progress, long-listed for Pint-sized): one man brings another into a bare room. One is a soldier, the other is his captor.
- Midnight Sunrise (work in progress): Lord Lucan battles the black angels.
- Toasty (work in progress): a male couple challenge each others convictions.
- Elvis (work in progress): a man holds up a convenience store with his mate.
- Killing Rainbows (performed in 2017): Watch it here
- Killing Rainbows (performed in 2016)
revolutionary artist creates a visual performance piece in Bristol. This
was performed in June 2016. Joe Williams of Bristol247 said, "
Merlin H. Goldman’s opener produced another
recognisable character, casting a flat-capped, janitorial, proletarian
stereotype into the role of modern-day anarchic insurgent with Bristol
as his epic tale’s familiar backdrop, thereby ribbing affectionately the
contrived but compelling class narratives of revolutionary political
ideology. His description of a bombing of the suspension bridge and its
majestic descent into the Avon was well described and unnervingly
compelling. He knows his history and said an awful lot during his short
- Firewall (performed at the Montreal Fringe Festival in 2007)
The Indyish Assembly Art 2.0 won Celtx's Project of the Week. Indyish's first Assembly involved over 60 artists working relay-style to make 7 short films with soundtracks. The second involved rehearsing multiple plays in 24 hours to be performed at the festival.