Amy Mae

Theatre includes: Half Breed (Talawa/Soho/Edinburgh Festival Fringe); The Playboy of the Western World (Gaiety, Ayr/Market Place & Arts Centre, Armagh/Lyric, Belfast); There Are No Beginnings (Leeds Playhouse); Two Trains Running (Royal & Derngate/ETT/RTST); Noises Off (Lyric, Hammersmith); The Memory of Water (Nottingham Playhouse); The Trick (Bush/UK Tour); Start Swimming (& Edinburgh Festival Fringe), Wild East (Young Vic); Hansel & Gretel (Rose); The Fisherman (New Perspectives/Edinburgh Festival Fringe/Arcola/West End/UK Tour); Three Sat Under The Banyan Tree (Polka/Belgrade, Coventry/UK Tour); About Leo (Jermyn Street); Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok (Royal Exchange, Manchester/UK Tour); Br’er Cotton (Theatre 503); Othello, Jeckyll & Hyde (NYT); The Host (Yard/St. James Church, Piccadilly); The Ugly One (Park); Babette’s Feast (Print Room); I’m Not Here Right Now (& Paines Plough), The Lounge (Soho); Wordsworth (Theatre By The Lake); Paradise Of The Assassins (Tara Arts); Knife Edge (Pond Restaurant, Dalston); Minaturists 55 (Arcola); Prize Fights, Henry V (RADA); Orphans (Southwark Playhouse); Macbeth (Italia Conti); Liola (New Diorama); Children in Uniform, Punk Rock (Tristan Bates); The Three Sisters (Cockpit); Sweeney Todd (Harrington’s Pie & Mash Shop/West End/Barrow, New York); Pool, The Gut Girls (Jack Studio).

Dance includes: Sense of Time (Royal Ballet, Birmingham); The Legacy (The Place).

Circus includes: The Exploded Circus (Pavillion, Worthing/UK Tour).

Awards include: Knight of Illumination (Sweeney Todd).