Tipping the Velvet (Lyric Hammersmith); Jumpers for Goalposts (Paines Plough); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hello;Goodbye (Hampstead); The Kitchen Sink (Bush); Anna Karenina (Arcola); Romeo and Juliet (Cheltenham Everyman). Television credits include: Waterloo Road (Headstrong Pictures); Tommy Cooper – Not Like That, Like This (Left Bank Pictures); Wizards v Aliens (BBC); New Tricks (Wall to Wall), Casualty.
The National Theatre: A Pacifist's Guide to the War on Cancer, The Light Princess, One Man, Two Guvnors (UK and international tour), She Stoops to Conquer. West End: Sister Act, The Sound of Music Other theatre includes: Anita & Me (Birmingham Rep & Theatre Royal Stratford East), The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole 13 3/4 (Curve, Leicester), Betty Blue Eyes (UK tour).
Doctors, The Dumping Ground. (TV) Twelfth Night (Royal Shakespeare Company), War Horse (Royal National Theatre) NALINI CHETTY (2006) Yellow Moon (Citizen Theatre Company and Broadway, New York), Amid The Clouds (Battersea Arts Centre)
Call the Midwife, After Miss Julie (Theatre Royal, Bath), Love in Idleness (Apollo Theatre).
KIERAN HILL (2002)
The Histories, King Lear (Royal Shakespeare Company), Scapino, Midsummer Night Dream, Merchant of Venice, The Government Inspector, 5/11, The Gondoliers, The Water Babies (Chichester Festival Theatre). As Director; Unopened Doors (Chichester Edge Festival)
Line of Duty, Count Arthur Strong, Home Fires, Coronation Street, Humans, Casualty, The Peep Show, All In The Game (TV) The Ken Campbell Impro Show (The Inn on the Green), Sweet Love Remembered (Shakespeare Globe)
Festen (West End), Blue Murder, Who Gets The Dog, Holby City, Dream Team (TV) Save Angel Hope, The Prince and Me 2, Colour Me Kubrick: A True…ish Story, Spirit Trap, The Prince and Me, 28 Days Later (Film)
Notes on a Scandal (Film), Henry VI Part I, II & III, Great Expectations, The Great Pretender, House of Desires, The Histories ( RSC, Olivier Award for best Company Performance), Anne Boleyn (Shakespeare's Globe Theatre), Eternal Love (English Touring Theatre), Oliver! (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Macbeth (Shakespeare's Globe Theatre), Made In Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre West End), The Crown (for NETFLIX).
Charlene was awarded the Alfred Fagan Award for her play Cuttin’ It. The George Devine Award 2015 for the same play as well as winning a BBC Audio Drama award for her radio adaptation of Cuttin' It. She was then awarded the Charles Wintour award for Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2016. She is a Jerwood New Playwright 2016 and is currently under commission from RADA, Royal Court and Royal Exchange Manchester.
Her plays include Mr Incredible (VAULT Festival, London, and Edinburgh Fringe, 2016) and Where Do Little Birds Go? (People's Choice Award at VAULT Festival 2015, UK tour, and Edinburgh Fringe). She has had short plays produced at Soho Theatre, Park Theatre, Camden People's Theatre, the Old Red Lion, and the Hen & Chickens Theatre. Her short play Icebergs won the international short play competition Pint Sized Plays in 2013, and her radio play Pier was produced by the Heritage Arts Company.