Archive for October, 2012

Goodbye Forest of Arden, hello Bush Theatre

Spent the summer with Iris Theatre, who present promenade outdoor Shakespeare in the historic St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden. Had a great time playing the fantastic Phoebe in As You Like It, and despite the rain we got some lovely audiences and reviews.  Here are some photos: As You Like It

I have also just finished a successful night of brand spanking new comedy at the Nursery Festival, from the pen of the very talented Samantha Kissin, Rosie Holt and…me!  Featuring sketches about Dominatrix conventions, whose business is suffering from recession and ‘The Fifty Shades of Grey’ fiasco,  and Harry Potter sexual fantasies, it was met with lots of laughter and kind words from ‘The good Review’: Review- Grubby Fingerprints

Next- I am very excited to be performing a short piece I have written for   Bush Bounce– at The Bush Theatre.  The second event of its kind, it showcases new artists in a variety of media, and is curated by the brilliant Sabrina Mahfouz.    I will perform a 15 minute monologue based on the idea of how we negotiate identity in today’s multi-choice, technology-obsessed world

It is called ‘Caterpillar’, and it has some funny bits, some sad bits and some nice sounding chimes.

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