Q: How did you first discover your talent?
Well, I remember really wanting to sing at a young age which resulted in me joining a church choir. Following this, I joined a Musical Theatre society (WOW Youth Musical Theatre, Weymouth) and this introduced me to Acting, which I fell in love with. I still incorporate song and music into my theatre-making work, these days.
Q: Which three words best describe your act?
Fun. Honest. Insightful.
Q: How many shows have you performed to date and which was your favourite?
I have no idea. We’re talking over 150, professional performances I reckon. 28 consecutive performances at the Pleasance Dome for the EdFringe (2015) was pretty awesome.
Q: Which two fictional characters from film, literature or theatre would you replace your parents with?
I’m going to go with celebrities on this one – Caitlin Moran and Charlie Brooker.
Q: What was the best piece of advice you have been given by a fellow
As a theatre maker – don’t shy away from being honest. As an Actor – strive to be as authentic as possible, with a performance.
Q: Will you be performing at Shaftesbury Fringe 2017? What’s the plan?
I will be performing Appily Ever After – a one-man, performance piece centred around my experiences app-dating which utilises projection to illustrate my experiences. The show blends original song, spoken word and explores themes including app-addiction, disillusionment and assault. I have developed this piece as part of my Practitioner in residence role at Bay Studios (Weymouth College).