In 2017 Catherine founded production company, Fabricate Productions Ltd. What started as a small theatre company, now has several critically acclaimed theatrical productions, award-winning short films and many promotional films for businesses under their belt.

This year, the company was set to bring their third one-woman show, 'Eyes. Teeth. Soil.', staring Hannah McClean, to the Pleasance Courtyard as part of the Edinburgh Festival. Sadly due to the Coronavirus outbreak this will now be postponed until 2021.

Over the last three years, Catherine has also started to work as a freelance producer for different venues around London.

A selection of credits can be seen below.


by Alan Flanagan

“It can’t be worse than what I’ve lived”.

When Bláithín Rourke does a terrible, terrible thing, her life fractures in an

instant -- and the curse for her crime will soon devour her and everyone she loves.

A provocative tale for our times, “Eyes. Teeth. Soil.” is a queasy ride through the mind of a woman consumed by what she cannot escape.

From the star of 5-star hit LADYKILLER (VAULT Pleasance Award 2018), and the writer of BINGO ("A triumph... searing with franticness and fire" -- A Younger Theatre) comes a dark, unsettling and sometimes hilarious trip to the underneath.

This production was due to premier at the Edinburgh Festival 2020,

however, due to the Coronavirus outbreak the show will now be part of the

2021 line up.

Henna Night

by Amy Rosenthal

A break-up. A message. Two women collide and an unlikely friendship emerges. A story of love, loss and rivalry. A darkly humorous look at how a friendship can emerge from even the strangest circumstances.

Henna Night had a sell-out run at the White Bear Theatre in 2018.

"Touching, convincing and very funny"

London Pub Theatres



by Bryan Parry

James is 27, unemployed and lost in the over subscribed rat race of London. Tonight is the big night - his engagement party. Tonight should be everything he has hoped for. He is surrounded by his closest friends and family and is celebrating it with his one true love, Hannah.

With all eyes on them, the young couple struggle to navigate their way through the evening but drunken dads and ex-boyfriends are not the only thing they have to worry about.

'Engaged' is Fabricate Productions first short film and has received nominations and selections from many film festivals including; Crystal Palace International Film Festival, London Independent Film Festival, Oregon Short Film Festival and Birmingham Film Festival.

Engaged has just won Best Drama Short at the New Renaissance Film Festival 2020.

All That

By Shaun Kitchener

'We're human beings with natural urges!

Why should we be so bothered about fitting a mould set out by a

society that barely gives two sh*ts about us anyway?'

A timely look at love and monogamy; a funny, frank and razor-sharp examination

of modern gay relationships.

'All That' enjoyed a very successful run at The Kings Head Theatre as part of the Queer Festival in August 2018.

"funny and intelligent"

London Pub Theatres


I'm Gonna Jump

by Tiffany Bowman

"Date nights. Hashtags. Workouts. Updates. Cat gifs - does your head

in sometimes, don’t it?”

In a world of filtered accomplishments, is it possible to achieve true validation?

“I’m Gonna Jump” examines the relationship between social media

and mental health.

It is a heartbreakingly relatable story which highlights the knife edge that young lives can rest on as they try to negotiate their way through this tricky and overwhelming stage in their lives.

'I'm Gonna Jump' ran at the 53TWO Theatre in Manchester as part of the Manchester Fringe Festival 2018. The production received rave reviews and

was nominated for a Manchester Fringe award.

“I’m Gonna Jump” needs to be on the National Curriculum. If you agree or not

by the conclusion of this stunning play, everyone needs to be aware of

what people with mental health issues and suicidal tendencies go through”

North West End



by Jack Thorne

"I think life can be basically divided into two things: suspense and surprise.  I prefer surprise to suspense.  But that's basically because I feel suspense all the time."

When Katie's boyfriend is attacked on the street, she is thrust on a white knuckle ride through one extraordinary evening.  Amidst the baying for blood and longing for love, Katie is forced to decide her future.

Bunny opened at The White Bear Theatre in 2017 before transferring to The Tristan Bates Theatre in London's West End. Following five star reviews across the board the show transferred to the 53 TWO Theatre in Manchester.

"astounding performance"

"Thorne is a genius"

Everything Theatre


If you are interested in knowing more about Fabricate Productions and their work follow the link!