I have experience in Shakespeare, period dramas, new writing and musical theatre. Here are a selection of notable projects.

 

To see a full list of credits please visit my                page.

1916: No Turning Back

Role: Sister Bailey, Postwoman, Kitty & myself

Director: Neil Armstrong

Venue: Durham Gala Theatre

This project was commissioned by Durham County Council in association with the Durham Light Infantry to mark 100 years since the Battle of the Somme. The show was a promenade performance where the audience followed me and one male performer in a series of monologues. The show ran for 6 weeks in summer 2016 and was performed 8 times a day, receiving very positive reviews and BBC news coverage.

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Role: Helena & Snout (the wall)

Director: Emma Hobday

Venue: UK tour. 

This show marked my third tour with MadCap Theatre company and went to open air spaces and theatres throughout May-August.

The Cinder Path

Role: Polly

Director: Gareth Hunter

Venue: The Customs House

 

This was the world premiere of the stage adaptation of Catherine Cookson's famous novel. It focuses on the lives of a North East community during the early 20th century. 

As well as playing one of the leads, young geordie teenager Polly, I was involved with the whole cast in large choreographed war scenes (pictured).

Tyne

Role: Holly

Director: Ben Mills

Venue: Arts Theatre, West End

Tyne was presented as part of Paperback Pictures' 'Upstairs at the Arts' night, which showcases new writing in the West End. It was written by Nick Cheesman. 

Holly was a geordie girl who was dealing with the death of her boyfriend who had suffered abuse because of his race.

Postcards From The Seaside

Role: Emily Bagshaw

Director: Emma Leigh

Venue: UK Tour 

This original musical focused on the lives of ordinary British people who became involved in the Dunkirk Evacuation. 

I played romantic lead Emily, an upper class young lady with an RP accent.

This was produced by MadCap Theatre Productions.

Kate

Role: Julia

Director: Agnes Wild

Venue: Edinburgh Fringe, Pleasance, Greenwich, New Diorama

The show won the NSDF Emerging Artist Award at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014.

 

It was a play with songs set in Iceland in WWII. Julia was the caring and long-suffering larger-than-life mother. 

Lizzy, Darcy and Jane

Role: Cassandra/Mrs Austen

Director: Emma Leigh

Venue: UK Tour

This modern period play merges the life of Jane Austen with her fictional characters in Pride and Prejudice. This was presented to mark the 200th anniversary of the novel's publication.

I played both the sister and mother of Jane Austen.

The play was produced by MadCap Theatre Productions.

Indian Summer

Role: Steph/Various

Director: Sophie Moniram

Venue: White Bear Theatre

This was a two-person play in which I played 7 different parts. The show centred around the lives of the waitresses in a train station cafe and the people they meet. 

This show was produced by my own company Part Two Theatre.

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