One Project Down, Three To Go
Blood and Ice finished in January and what a ride it was! We received such a wonderful reception from our audiences who greatly appreciate the time, detail and attention gone into creating this spectacle. You can see the reviews on the 'My Work' page.

But with that done it was no rest for the wicked and I moved straight onto rehearsals for Dinner by Moira Buffini at Sewell Barn Theatre. I'm back working with one of my favourite directors, Jen Dewsbury, who I last had the pleasure of working with on Brimstone and Treacle. I am playing Sian, a sexpot journalist with a hidden secret and a temper. It's a fantastic play, it's darkly comic, there are twists and turns, and a hell of a lot of sass. It's actually very cathartic! It promises to be an evening that won't soon be forgotten.

We open on the 5th April - click here

So, are you coming to Dinner?

Once I've finished off my meal I'll be straight off onto the next show! I'm returning to Great Hall Theatre this time as an actor, as Nicki in The Devil at Midnight by Brian Clements. Another dark show (are you sensing a theme here?) which I am greatly looking forward to, especially since my Blood and Ice Lord Byron, the wonderful Phil Rowe, will be joining me on the stage!

And finally, to round off the year, I'll be making my debut at Threshold Theatre Company as the assistant director on their December musical Elf! This is new territory for me - it's not dark! But I'm really looking forward to getting back into the world of musicals - my last was in 2014 - and working with a new bunch of people on a very different style of show.

There may also be a fourth project, a little thing that'll make big waves, that will slot in between the two latter shows. But you'll have to wait and see ;)