August 2016: I’m delighted to be playing Lucy in Cockroaches, an adaptation of Flight by Mikhail Bulgakov, as part of this year’s Camden Fringe Festival. Cockroaches is set in 1920 and 1921, towards the end of the Russian Civil War, and details the dying days of the White Army’s struggle against the rapidly advancing Red Army.
I will also be playing Polly Hewson at Benjamin Franklin House until the end of November 2016.
April 2016: I’m currently playing Charlotte / Miss Pratt in Lolita at the Barons Court Theatre:
I was in a short film recently, playing Alice, a woman with Alzheimer’s. The film is available below on Vimeo:
I was commissioned to take part in This Thing Called Artist Development on 22nd May 2015 at the Ovalhouse Theatre, a day of debates and discussions on the artistic process. I presented a 5 minute provocation on the difficulty of building a career as a ‘mature’ emerging playwright (which in theatre terms, means over the age of 26!) You can read more about it here on my blog.
Works for young audiences
Five of my works for young audiences are now available for purchase on TreePress, a new online marketplace to connect schools and colleges with writing for young audiences.
You can find these works along with my profile page via the following link:
And a bit of fun…
If you’ve never seen me out of my jeans, I’m now into beautiful 1930s style capes!:) I had a great time modelling the fashions of a 1930s heiress for English Heritage at Eltham Palace, with TV’s lovely Ruth and Eve Goodman. Enjoy!
I’ll be featuring as Wallis Simpson in Conspiracy: The Nazi King on Channel 5 at 8pm on Friday, 19 June 2015. Eddie and Mrs Simpson were a dastardly pair indeed! But oh, the style…
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