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Female Artists

Amira Oudeh

Amira is a Scottish/Persian actor, singer and pianist who has also trained in Psychology. She made her professional debut with Our Time Theatre as Helen Niles in Merrily We Roll Along, where she worked with Tony award winning Broadway producer Christopher Hart at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017. Theatre credits: Deloris in Sister Act (Captivate… Read more »

Tara McGirr

Tara is a Scottish/Thai actor, musician, singer and physical theatre performer. Credits include: Karen in August: Osage County (Corbett Theatre), Stability 2-8711 in EGO (Lion & Unicorn Theatre) and Supanakha in Rocking Rama (Vic Hua Hin, Thailand). Credits whilst training include: Ci in Macunaima, Pan Jinlian in Lotus Pan, Veronica in Night of The Living… Read more »

Lee Reynolds

Lee holds a Diploma in Acting from Coatbridge College, BA in Performance from UWS and a Post-Grad Diploma in Musical Theatre with Distinction from The Royal Academy of Music in London. Theatre credits include; Trish in The Dolls Dragged Up (Tour), Molly in Snow White and the seven wee Muppets (Eastwood Theatre), Aunty Betty in… Read more »

Sophia McLean

Sophia McLean is a Scottish actor from the Grampian Highlands, based in London & Leith. Credits include Shona in the world premiere of Perth Theatre/Horsecross Arts & Morna Young’s ‘Lost at Sea’, directed by Ian Brown. Training at Drama Studio London, Sophia graduated in July 2018. Sophia was a 2018 The Spotlight Prize Finalist and… Read more »

Fiona Nimmo

Fiona is a Glasgow based actress from the Highlands, who trained in Acting at Queen Margaret University. She is a fully qualified Fitness instructor whilst also being skilled in Scottish fiddle, Snowboarding and Reiki! Notable credits include Dr Robertson in BBC’s River City.

Aliza Vakil

Aliza is a London based graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Notable credits include: Johanna in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street at the English Theatre Frankfurt. Credits whilst training include Dot in Sunday in the Park with George, Ruthie in Bat Boy and Ensemble in Pippin. Aliza is also a long… Read more »

Lucy Greenaway

Lucy is a Scottish actress based in Glasgow, she graduated BA(Hons) in Acting from Manchester School of Theatre. Her credits include Sandra Cook in The Exonerated with Hope Mill Theatre, Police officer/ensemble in What’s he Building in There? (BBC Radio), Grumio in The Taming of the Shrew (Manchester School of Theatre), Elicia/Lyse/Clarina in The Illusion… Read more »

Hannah Low

Hannah is a Scottish singer, actor and dancer. Credits include: Ensemble in The Steamie at Glasgow Hydro, Development with Debbie Isitt for new movie musical Prom Com. Film credits include: Haggis for BBC Scotland, playing Amy. A graduate of The Glasgow Academy of Musical Theatre Arts, her credits whilst training include: Flora in Flora the Red… Read more »

Olivia Adams

Olivia is a Scottish actor, singer and dancer based in Glasgow, she is a graduate of the Glasgow Academy of Muscial Theatre Arts. Credits include Singer in Itson production Elfingrove. Radio credits include The Space Programme with Bafflegab Productions. Credits whilst training include Sweeney Todd, Rafaela in Elegies: For Angels, punks and Raging Queens, Toffee… Read more »

Jo Donnelly

Jo is an Irish actor based in Belfast. Noteable theatre credits include Play Boy of the Western World, Lyric Theatre, Belfast, Mrs Cregan/Sheelah in Colleen Brawn for Lyric Theatre/Bruiser, Major Courtney in The Ladykillers, Lyric Theatre Belfast, Antonio in The Tempest, Terra Nova. Screen credits include: Grace and Goliath, A Good Woman is Hard to… Read more »