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PHOTOSHOOT
A selection of professional headshots.
Photos by Claire Newman-Williams
and Wolf Marloh
RICHARD III
March - April 2014
Hiraeth Artistic Productions
Directed by Zoe Ford
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
Photos by Adam Trigg
DRACULA
June - September 2013
Heartbreak Productions
Directed by Peter Mimmack
Photos by Andre Guthrie & Jeremy Abrahams
SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL
April - May 2013
Turn of the Wheel Productions
Directed by Zoe Ford
Waterloo East Theatre
Photos by Adam Trigg
INDIGNITAS
March 2013
Short Film
Kibo Productions
Directed by Sharon Willems
Photos by Leonard Bacica & Veronica Mart
INDIGNITAS
January 2013
Kibo Productions; Little Pieces of Gold
Directed by Sharon Willems
Theatre 503
Photos by Leonard Bacica
ROMEO & JULIET
Jan - March 2013
Hiraeth Artistic Productions
Directed by Zoe Ford
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
Photos by Adam Trigg
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
July - August 2012
Shooting Stars Theatre Company
Directed by Helen Crosse
The RSC Dell and Touring
Photos by Nigel Markwick
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY
March - April 2012
Space Productions
Directed by Adam Hemming
The Space, Docklands
Photos by Bjarte Rettedal and Mari Westlake
THE WINTER'S TALE
December 2011
Titian Rep Theatre Company
Directed by Amber Elliot
The Space, Docklands
Photos by Richard Bowater and Matthew Vile
ROMEO & JULIET
August 2011
RSC Dell and Touring
Directed by Helen Crosse
The Space, Docklands
Photos by Nigel Markwick
MISS JULIE
July 2011
Tightlaced Theatre
Directed by Jennifer McGregor
Cockpit Theatre
Photos by Gemma Mount
AGAMEMNON
October 2010
Action to the Word Theatre Company
Directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones
Camden People's Theatre
Photos by John McGovern
OTHELLO
August 2010
Veni Vidi Theatre Company
Directed by Natalie-Anne Downs
Lauderdale House
Photos by Shaheen Razaaq and Kay Michaels
MERCHANT OF VENICE
April 2010
Action To The Word Theatre Company
Directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones
Camden People's Theatre
Photos by John McGovern & Damien Robertson
THE TIN SNAIL
January 2010
Short Film
Directed by Will Long
Shot in Paris & Normandy
Photos by Florent Brunel

ROMEO & JULIET

Lady Capulet in Hiraeth Artistic Productions' 'Romeo & Juliet', Upstairs at the Gatehouse.
"Right from the explosive beginning to the tragic ending, Romeo and Juliet will keep you captivated. This is a testament to Zoe Ford’s vision and direction, which will take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions, along with the actors and actresses. The types of performances given by the cast is what keeps real theatre goers feeling alive and happy and there are so many actors and actresses in the production that deserve a special mention (although each individual on the stage was superb!)"

Carys Jones - Entertainment Focus - Read the Full Review Here
"I watched in fear for Juliet and her mother (Tabitha Becker-Kahn) as Capulet (David Vaughan Knight), Juliet’s father, raved at Juliet’s refusal to marry Paris. As he raised his fist, I could see a man on the brink of losing control of the big plans he had for his beloved daughter. I thought of the women and children who today live under such tyranny.

A fantastic interpretation of a classic story. If you want to watch a Shakespeare play that is an enjoyable experience and not a chore, this is one to see."

Paula Sheridan - West End Frame - Read the Full Review Here
"Hiraeth Artistic Productions deliver high production standards and a really enjoyable version of this well known play. I’d strongly recommend it to students and newbies alike as this is very accessible Shakespeare. The cast are consistent in delivering effortless and easily digestible performances and they work well together whilst carving out very distinct identities."

Everything Theatre - Read the Full Review Here
"Set in 1960s Brighton, where the mods and rockers are at war, a colourful injection of atmospheric music helps present the story in a new yet believable context... the show is not led by the star-crossed lovers - it is the rest of the strong cast that carries the story along successfully... All in all, this is a brave and unusual interpretation."

Catherine Usher - The Stage - Read the Full Review Here
"There were moments within the performance that were brilliant. David Vaughan-Knight as Capulet did not overplay the mobster father. He was believable and terrifying, embodying the role of both time periods with such close proximity to the audience, his control and power were very clear. Robert Durbin, Tabitha Becker-Kahn and moments of Rosalind Blessed’s performances were all to be credited."

Rosie Hillsdon - The Upcoming - Read the Full Review Here
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