Written for, and a finalist in, the Royal Court Young Writers Festival and performed at the Pegasus Theatre, Oxford. Set in 1795 during the final partition of Poland, Coriolis explores the notion of a twist in the spiral of time where myth becomes manifest.

Contrary to a Polish history of liberalism amongst totalitarian neighbours, Coriolis tells the story of a homegrown, yet otherworldly dictator that might have been and his impact on a small Polish village.