2015 - 2018: BA (Hons) European Theatre Arts, Rose Bruford College, Sidcup, UK.
2010-2015: Theatre, The BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology, Selhurst, UK.
everything that rises must dance (2018)
Created by Sasha Milavic and Lucy Railton and produced by Complicité
Performed at Greenwich Peninsula, BOXPARK Croydon and Somerset House.
A celebration of everyday and universal female movement created by over 200 women from across London.
The Poetry Takeaway (2018)
Produced by Michael Bolger.
Royal Norfolk Show, Royal Welsh Show, Hillingdon Literature Festival.
A takeaway bus and team that tour poets around the country to write and perform poems made personally for the public cooked up through good conversations.
Chamber Series: Spoken Word and Music (2018)
Spoken Word Artist
Worked with The Multi Story Orchestra, Gabriel Jones, Leke Oso-Alabi, Fra Rustumji and more. Performed at Bold Tendancies, Peckham.
A collaboration between musicians and spoken word artists to explore musical reactions to poetry.
Come to Daddy (2018)
Performer and Deviser
Directed by Sammy Metcalfe (Sleepwalk Collective), devised with Living House Theatre.
Performed at The Matchstick Piehouse, Deptford, Summerhall, Edinburgh and Rose Bruford College, Sidcup.
A Live Art mash up of family and art history devised and directed with founder of Sleepwalk Collective.
BoxedIn Poetry Night (2016)
Featured Spoken Word Artist
Hosted by Sean Mahoney, Yomi Sode.
A monthly poetry night serving as a platform for emerging and established poets.
Milk Teeth (2016)
Spoken Word Artist and Deviser
Devised with Spare the Poets including Toby Campion, Laurie Ogden, Darius McFarlane and more. Performed at Roundhouse, London.
A show exploring the teething pains of growing up written and devised collaboratively.
Roundhouse Poetry Collective Festival Tour (2015)
Spoken Word Artist
Mentored by Debris Stevenson and Bohdan Piasecki. Performed at Camp Bestival, Bestival and Lovebox.
A showcase of poetry written by ‘Spare the Poets’.
Created by Secret Cinema.
Performed in a deserted office block in East Croydon.
An immersive theatre piece based on the dystopian film ‘Brazil’ released in 1985.
Skills: (* = highly skilled)
Clown; devising*; directing; physical theatre*; poetry*; workshop leader. Dance: Ballet (grade 3); contemporary; tap (grade 3).
Singing; guitar (basic).
South London (Native); East London; RP; Australian.
English (Native); Spanish (Intermediate); French (Basic).