Beth Hinton-Lever

Theatre credits include: Dick Whittington (National Theatre); Treasure Island (Derby Theatre); West Side Story (Curve, Leicester); As You Like It (National Theatre and Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch); Hadestown (National Theatre); Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre); Reasons to be Cheerful (Graeae Theatre Company/UK Tour); and Sleeping Beauty and Dancehall (CAST, Doncaster).

Television credits include: Silent Witness (BBC). 

Film credits include: Men in Black: International (Sony Pictures).

Beth also provided the Voice Over for The Blind School: Pioneering People and Places for History of Place and Museum of Liverpool. Her awards include the National Student Drama Festival Award for Best Choreography, as well as being a 2021 Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund recipient in Musical Theatre. 

Beth has a BA in Classical Archaeology and Classical Civilisations from University College London and a MA in Musical Theatre from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.