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Mucky Kid

All Grown Up at Theatre 503

December 11th 2013

It was great to be back at Theatre 503, performing in two-hander All Grown Up as part of the Rapid Write Response for Sam Potter’s Mucky Kid. I played teenager Emma-Jane in a piece which explored the dangers of the modern day obsession with internet fame. The piece was written by Phil Lindsey and directed by Eyal Israel.

Filming 'The Soldier'

The Soldier

August 3rd 2013

The Soldier is now complete and available to view online. 

This short film, set in WW2, follows the journey of a lone British soldier struggling to cope with his fears as enemy forces advance. You can follow the film’s progress on the website for Wolf Valley Films

Frozen Leaf

Everywhere, Vicente

April 14th 2013

Everywhere Vicente, is complete and currently being entered into festivals. This short film follows the story of a woman searching for a sign that her dead lover is still by her side. I play Sarah, a character whose qualities remind this woman of her lover. Find out more about the film on the website for Frozen Leaf Productions. 

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Online presenting for Cambridge University Press

April 14th 2013

I can currently be seen as Anna, the presenter of English Grammar in Use for Cambridge University Press. These are six videos on YouTube in which I explain the fundamentals of English Grammar. The videos are uploaded on a monthly basis and have received some very positive comments from viewers. You can find more info about this on my Voice Page.

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The Story Project

January 6th 2013

I was delighted to work with Ugly Sister productions for a second year in The Story Project, Terror, Tears and Twenty Twelve, an exciting showcase of new writing at The Arcola, Theatre 503 and Southwark Playhouse. Ten writers and ten directors had just ten minutes to grab the audience’s attention! You can find out more information about the project on the Ugly Sister’s website 

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Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

June 20th 2012

In summer 2012 I performed in rep at Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, the UK’s best loved open-air festival playing Ariel in The Tempest and Feste in Twelfth Night. You can find more information about the festival on their website http://www.cambridgeshakespeare.com/

Young Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet

October 8th 2011

I toured nationally as Juliet with the Young Shakespeare Company, one of the most well established and imaginative theatre companies in the UK.  This vibrant, fresh and fast-paced production of Shakespeare’s classic was on the road from Autumn to Winter 2011.

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Southwark Playhouse

July 3rd 2011

In June 2011 I performed in The Story Project; Prayers, Promises and Platform 3 at Southwark Playhouse. This exciting new writing project was produced by Ugly Sister productions and showcased 13 original short scenes. I played Irina, a heroin addict in Lomki, an edgy script written by Gareth Jandrell, directed by Kimberley Sykes.

 

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Touring Austria with Vienna’s English Theatre

May 9th 2011

From November 2010 to April 2011, I toured Austria playing lead role Romy in Romy and Julian with Vienna’s English Theatre. The modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet was directed by Vicky Ireland.

You can visit the Vienna’s English Theatre website for more information

Take The Lead

Animation Film

May 9th 2011

I voiced Zee the Cat in a children’s animation for Battersea Dog’s Home alongside comedian Alex Zane. Please visit my voice page to watch Take the Lead with Bat and Zee. 

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Reviews for Under The Greenwood Tree

May 9th 2011

In Autumn 2009 I toured as lead role Fancy Day in Under the Greenwood Tree with the Dorset Corset Theatre Company. The Thomas Hardy Classic was directed by Helen Davis and Ed Burnside and toured regionally receiving the following reviews.

A feel-good comedy of the first order – a theatrical toddy to warm the spirit through the autumn months.

Andrew Blades, The Stage

a rare gem

Andrew Blades, The Stage

You can read the full reviews online at The Stage’s website.