Awards:

George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright, 2003
Arts Council England Writer's Award for Drama, 2003


Ché's plays:

THE FRONTLINE


First published 2008, by Faber & Faber,
First performed at Shakespeare's Globe, London 2008
Shakespeare's Globe production directed by Matthew Dunster
Cast: Nana Agyei-Ampadu, Ben Bishop, Sally Bretton, Kellie Bright, Paul Copley, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Kurt Egyiawan, Huss Garbiya, Trystan Gravelle, Robert Gwylim, Fraser James, Danny Lee Wynter, Paul Lloyd, Kevork Malikyan, Jo Martin, Jodie McNee, Matthew Newtion, Ashley Rolfe, Golda Rosheuvel, Mo Sesay, John Stahl, Lorraine Stanley, Beru Tessama

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FLESH WOUND

First published 2003, by Faber & Faber, ISBN 0-571-22128-9
First performed at the Royal Court Theatre, London 2003, then in Ireland
The Royal Court production directed by Wilson Milam
Cast: Tamzin Outhwaite, Andrew Tiernan and Michael Atwell

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'Biological don't matter. Iss a lie that you can't pick your family, you can. And you can unpick it. And thass what I'm choosing to do.'

Vincent is always in trouble, this time with the infamous Calderazzos. His sister Deirdra stays out of danger in her flat high above the streets of London. His father, Joseph, is in the protection business, but that doesn't mean protecting his own son. Now the family needs help, it's down to Joseph.


DANCE FOR ME

First performed at the Drayton Studio, London 2003

BEEN SO LONG

First published 1998, by Faber & Faber, ISBN 0-571-196500
First performed at the Royal Court Theatre, London 1998, then in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, New Zealand, with Workshops in New York and Los Angeles
Runner-up for the John Whiting Award 1998

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CAR THIEVES
(Translation)
First performed at the National Theatre Studio, London

A PASSION FOR MAYHEM

First performed at the Theatre Royal Stratford East. London in 2000

GREEN SKIN GAL

First performed at Hampstead Theatre Schools Tour, UK in 2001

INNER CITY MAGIC

First performed at Hampstead Theatre Schools Tour, UK in 2002

MASHUP!

First performed at the Embassy Theatre, London

IPHIGENIA

First performed at the Southwark Playhouse, London 1998