Her radio play 'Until We Can't See the Sky' was self-produced on Resonance FM and Chapel FM.
Her historical children's musical, Radioboy, co-written with Daniella Livingstone, workshopped at the Pleasance Theatre. This piece was shortlisted in the New York New Plays for Young Audiences showcase, longlisted in the British Youth Music Theatre Award, and they are currently recording a concept album of the piece.
She is an Advanced Lyricist at the Musical Theatre course BML (Book, Music & Lyric.)
Twelve of her short stories have been published, through the H.G. Wells Anthology, The National Archives, Squaw Pies Publishing, Be Animal, Jerry Jazz Musician, Selenite Press, Livina Press, Miniskirt Magazine, Londemere Lit and Dollar Store Mag.
Extracts of her first play She is Taken Lightly have been performed
at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester as part of Julie Hesmondhalgh's 'Take Back Our Girls' political scratch night. It has also had scratch performances at The Southwark Playhouse, Katzspace Theatre and the The Young Vic.
Grace has completed four full-length plays, a TV show pilot, two musicals, a novel, and countless other short plays, short stories and songs. She finds joy in writing for compelling feminist narratives, and in work that has a social, environmental focus, with an important story to tell.