This picture here is from my first time ever onstage, I was 5 years old and I loved it!
Sept 2016-June 2017:
Questors Youth Theatre
Looking at character development, as well as different forms of comedy and drama. Ended with a showcase on a profession set. Performed in a sketch to do with questioning sexuality based of an excerpt of Jonathan Harvey's 1993 play, 'Beautiful Thing'
I'm Spilling My Heart Out
Part of the National Theatre's Connections 500 program. Played the main role of Karen, and got the amazing opportunity to perform on the Tricycle Theatre stage, Kilburn. I also designed the props the highlight of which included a set of handmade colourful organs (large intestines, 2 hearts, a liver, and kidneys)
David Game Talent Show
Co-produced and marketed the show, including: lighting, holding auditions, and designing the posters, and certificate.
Also won first place with a comedy duo sketch
Spiral Club Show
Produced and directed the Spiral Club (after school village progrram) children in an end of year performance. Designed and created all costumes.
The show comprised of a mixture of 3 dance routines, 2 druming groups, and a drama performance about trees.
Played the lead role of Clement Mathieu, a choir teacher, in an English adaption of the 2004 film.
In addition to this, was asked to design and paint the set
'when word gets out that a schoolboy has died suddenly, an entire year group spontaneously skives school to remember him. But who remembers Lucas really? By Natalie Mackinnon'
Played the eldest student Diana with Strangetown Theatre Company, Edinburgh.
The Dark Hand Over Onion Street
'Malevolent forces have a hold over the young inhabitants of Onion Street. Will Christmas ever be the same again? By Sam Siggs.'
Played in the ever changing ensemble cast from a street lamp to the evil Krampus with Strangetown Theatre Company, Edinburgh
Played in the youth ensemble of ariel with a side part as Iris, the rainbow goddess
A crisis faces the animals of the African savannah. Their waterhole is almost dry and a leader is desperately needed to find a solution before they are wiped out. At the hustings, the bullying and corrupt lion, Tau, is elected, but proves to be a disaster. In despair, the animals turn to the fleet-footed hare, Roli, for help.
Played a Meerkat in a troup of 9 meekats
Conference of the Birds
The tale tells the story of a group of birds who leave their corrupt world to embark on a long journey to find a king. The wise hoopoe suggests that they go and find the mysterious symorgh, rumored to be the ultimate king of birds. This takes the birds through 7 valleys but will all of them make it out alive?
Firefly Youth Ensemble’s colourful adaptation of Faird Ud Din Attar Classic Conference of the Birds ran as a school’s tour at International Schools in Bali as well as performing at the Bali Bird Park.
Shared the lead role of the Ho0poe with 2 others.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Played a fairy in the youth ensemble in theatre fireFLY's version of Shakespeare's classic tale.
Additional Training with:
Aerial Silks training and conditioning
Sep 2013-June 2014
Jazz and Ballet Training with Morningside Dance Academy, Edinburgh
Youth Theatre with the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, looking more at physical theatre and character development
Jazz and Ballet training and the American Academy of Dance, Paris (AADP)
Youth theatre with the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Concluded with a sharing where skills were shared around physical theatre, and verbatim theatre.
Contemporary Dance Training, Dance Asia
Acting for film. Billingual Actor's Workshop, Paris
Physical theatre and twelfth night monologue training. Bali, Indonesia
ArtsEd Saturday School: Chiswick, London