Phoebe is a poet and theatre-maker. Her work explores the fierceness of vulnerability and the politics in the personal. She published her debut pamphlet The Body You're In with Bad Betty Press in 2019. Deanna Rodger said 'This pamphlet pinches the skin of woman, of lust, of politics.’
She regularly works for the Poetry Takeaway and has facilitated for theatre students at The BRIT School. Her publishing credits include: Poets Versus Sexual Harassment Anthology, Vol. 3, Thiird Magazine's Issue 2: Femme and The Poetry Rivals 2015 Anthology.
She is a Barbican Young Poet and performed her poetry for the National Literacy Trust, the National Maritime Museum, Bad Betty Press, Verbose Manchester, Poets Versus, She Grrowwls, Earwax Collective, Well Versed, Poetry Brothel, BoxedIn, BoxedIntimates, That's What She Said, Words & Jazz and Boomerang. She has collaborated with musicians of The Multi Story Orchestra in Chamber Series: Spoken Word and Music and performed at the Roundhouse with poetry collective Spare the Poets.
Based in London, UK, she trained on the BA (Hons) European Theatre Arts course at Rose Bruford and Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático, Murcia and at The BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology on the Theatre course.
Her theatre work includes devising Come to Daddy with Living House Theatre and dancing with 200 women in everything that rises must dance by Sasha Milavic, produced by Complicité.