The Comedy Project 2017 at Soho Theatre ran throughout March, with a first-class line-up of writers showing their stuff: Pippa Evans, Lucy Porter, William Andrews to name but three.
My own script Judgment Day was read on March 13th alongside one by Sian Goff directed by Charlie Hanson, to a packed and appreciative audience.
My new play The Hub is now ready for lift-off. The first full, staged reading of the whole play featuring me and Richard Heap, directed by Kirsty Bennett, took place at Leicester Square Theatre (downstairs) on Thursday January 19th 2017, following the performances of extracts at Soho Theatre and at Park Theatre (Fine Mess Theatre’s Bites and Scratches) in 2016.
“Terrific. Subtle, funny, moving and truthful” Maria Friedman
“Wonderfully funny and deeply touching” Christopher Logan
“Very rich writing....full of gems” Nicolette Kay, New Shoes Theatre
“Awesome story, awesome script...great passion and power” Darren Brealey
“Very engaging, beautifully written, funny and poignant ...I quickly became completely immersed” Jane Ashley
“Funny, insightful and moving” Sally Sheringham
I have been an actress for over 30 years, appearing in West End runs, national tours, radio plays, corporate videos, stand-up comedy and TV series for Channel 4, LWT and the BBC.
Since the mid 1990s I have also worked as a voice and communications skills trainer, helping business professionals to improve their client communication and internal communication skills.
I graduated from Cambridge University (M.A. in Modern and Mediaeval languages) and then trained as an actress for three years at The Drama Centre. In 1997 I gained a Postgraduate Diploma in Voice Studies at the Central School of Speech and Drama.
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