Performing

I am currently touring my one woman comedy storytelling show Goddess, directed by the award-winning Alan Short (co-director Watership Down, Netflix/BBC).

 

I supported Roland Gift from the Fine Young Cannibals at the Concorde 2 in Brighton with my comedy game show Child of the '80s. I am also currently performing stand up comedy on the London circuit. 

I recently played evil princess Naggie Maggie in Bad Cinderella (photo by Sheila Burnett), directed by Didi Hopkins, and Melusine the double fish tail Money Goddess at Poetry Can F*** with Your Finances, directed by Daisy Campbell, both at London's Cockpit Theatre. 

I worked extensively with Daisy's father, the late, great director Ken Campbell, playing leads in his 24 hour show The Warp and Pidgin Makbed, Macbeth in Pigeon English in the South Pacific, in London and on tour.

 

I appeared in long running sketch show Newsrevue at the Canal Café Theatre, played the serial killer Scout in Ben Elton's Popcorn, improvised comedy at the Gilded Balloon and The Bloomsbury Theatre, and played Satan in John Constable's The Southwark Mysteries at The Globe. 

I appeared in Channel Four's hidden camera show Make My Day and played an antler wielding Cunning Woman in Foolish People's Armageddon Gospels (photo by Greg Donaldson). 

I have a fruit puppetry comedy show called Get Fruity, which has appeared at festivals and cabarets nationwide, including with The House of Fairytales at the Tate Modern. 

I also have an alien spoof beauty pageant called The Real Miss Universe, which I host as EB from Sirius, which I have performed at Sunrise and Glastonbury festivals and at cabarets across London. 

I studied performing with Sacha Baron Cohen's clowning guru Phillippe Gaulier and stand up comedy with Logan Murray.

I also wrote and performed sketches with Feri Tezcan, including Elf and Safety with Mike Wozniak (Man Down). 

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