Photo: Alex Theakston
-Creation of Future Proof: A performance lecture, monlogue and ritual written and recorded for Plymouth Fringe online
-Creation of film version of Stranger Danger as a response to Covid 19 restrictions on live performance. View here
-Residency and sharing (Stranger Danger) at TR2, Theatre Royal Plymouth
-Panelist, Performer, Co-Author and Facilitator for Tomorrow’s Great Pageant: a contemporary re-imagining of Cicely Hamilton’s 1909 play A Pageant Of Great Women. Led by Post Workers Theatre and co-produced by Bedford Creative Arts and The Place Theatre, Bedford.
-Syd&Sylvia (tour), Calm Down Dear Festival of Feminist Performance at Camden People’s Theatre and The Bikeshed, Exeter. POW! (Power Of Women) Thanet at Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate.
-Continual development and performance of Syd&Sylvia at Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Hackney Showroom (London preview)
-Carnesky’s Finishing School (CFS), Soho: Syd and Sylvia(previously Syd) as part of CFS Soho’s Alumni shows.
-Guest performer in The Prime of Ms. David Hoyle, representing CFS
-Canal Cafe Theatre, London: Syd. Solo performance as part of Camden Fringe
-Latitude Festival: various short performances with CFS
– Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club: Wanker/Wankoria. Short form alt-cabaret performance for CFS showcase
– Bread & Roses Theatre: Syd (work in progress performance). Solo devised performance.
– Limehouse Town Hall: Fiona Tanner in The S.O.I.R.E.E. (The Society Of Insignificant Re-enactment Events) [walkabout performance] dir. Sam Quinn www.thesoiree.org.uk
-Ziferblat (London) & Pleasance Islington & Edinburgh (fringe festival): Narrator for ROOM, an interactive experience for one audience member. www.welcometoroom.com
-Brighton Fringe, Battersea Arts Centre, Edinburgh Fringe: Jewel. Solo devised performance.
Fiona Tanner The S.O.I.R.E.E – Episodes One and Two (filmed sketches) dir. Sam Quinn.
-AXA Hotel, Prague (festival): In The Dark (various roles) dir. Alan Fielden, National Art Service.
-Dugdale Centre, Enfield: Caroline in We Fight For Science devised in collaboration with Theatre OI, in association with Finger In The Pie.
-Ovalhouse theatre & Christchurch College, Oxford: Hattie / Madame Obaasan in Café Obaasan dir. Tuan Ly.
2010 – 2011
St. Mary’s University, Twickenham
MA Physical Theatre (International Ensemble)
2004 – 2007
London Metropolitan University
BA (Hons) Performing Arts.
Moving Pieces Mask Workshop, Carnesky’s Finishing School, Scottee, Soundboxed Collective, ZU-UK, Immigrants and Animals, Peta Lily, John Wright, Marcello Magni, Annabel Arden, Mick Barnfather, NIE (New International Encounter), Frantic Assembly.