'He didn't think I was worth it – all this effort and stuff you're doing. Because it isn't your fault I'm like this.'
A searing portrait of relationships read between the lines, When You Cure Me tells the story of Rachel, victim to an incident that's left her inexplicably paralysed. There's nothing her super-carer mum or over-eager new friends can do, and Rachel can't explain why it's happening. But if Peter can find a way back to her, he could just be her cure.
Theatre includes: Dealer's Choice (Menier Chocolate Factory/West End); The History Boys (National Theatre, international tour and Broadway); When You Cure Me (Bush); His Dark Materials (National Theatre); The Marriage of Figaro (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Accrington Pals (Chicester).
Television includes: Miss Marple, Beautiful People (Series 1 & 2); Desperate Romantics; Crooked House; John Adams; Wilfred Owen; Alexander Hamilton; The Royal; Strange; The Inspector Lynley Mysteries; Coupling.
Film includes: Bright Star; The History Boys; Mrs Henderson Presents.