Anne: A New Monologue

Photo by Phillipe Girard –>

“They never taught me how to read. In all the years I was his wife, I never once read the plays”

I had the pleasure of premiering this new monologue written by Victoria Baumgartner (Artistic Director of Will & Co.) which tells the untold tale of Anne Shakespeare, wife to the world-famous bard.

The piece debuted at the Pleasance Theatre, London as part of Glass Splinters New Writing Night.

Photo by Phillipe Girard –>

News Revue perform at the BBC

L-R: Emma Hough, Alexander Murray, Katherine Moran & Edward Bartram

Mum, I did the funnies at the Beeb!

News Revue were invited to perform at BBC Radio Hall and it was a joyful whirlwind. As you can see, we were very excited by our green room mirrors.

Thank you to our director, Edwina Strobl, for running the joint with effortless cool, to Josh Reichental for seamlessly slipping into the shoes for MD and keeping us funky on keys, and to our producer Emma Taylor for the brilliant opportunity.

L-R: Alexander Murray, Josh Reichental (Musical Director), Katherine Moran, Emma Taylor (producer), Edward Bartram & Emma Hough
On stage at BBC Radio Hall

Joining the cast of News Revue

Having just celebrated it’s 40th birthday, I am absolutely delighted to be joining the next cast of NEWS REVUE at the Canal Cafe Theatre!

 A fast-moving mix of sketches and songs, NewsRevue propels you through the world’s news and current events at breakneck pace — all-kicking, idol-burning comedy, updated every week by a crack team of writers.

Our upcoming show runs from 5th September to 13th October.

Where Do We Go Now

Here’s a few photos from the set of WHERE DO WE GO NOW, written and directed by young talent Louis Zimmer.

This short film explores sexuality, young love and heartbreak, and is due for release in September 2019.

European Tour Time!

I’m off on tour!!

My first trip is with Above The Moon Productions as Laura in HAPPY YET? at Das Internationale Theater Frankfurt, Germany, 20 – 23 Sept

**Tour vlog below!**


Then I’ll be reprising my role as Anne Hathaway in WILL or EIGHT LOST YEARS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S LIFE, first at Théâtre Interface, Sion, Switzerland (8 – 13 Oct) and Theatre Tri-bühne, Stuttgart, Germany (17 – 18 Nov)

**Tour vlog below!**


Bring on the adventures!


Private Lives on Tour

It’s been a fabulous two months on tour performing as Sybil in Noel Coward’s Private Lives. We’ve had all the surprises that open air theatre provides (including a walk-on from an enthusiastic dog) and a whole lot of fun.

The photos above were taken by Dave Lloyd at our show at the White Horse in Stourpaine, Dorset.

Thank you to all the lovely Shooting Stars team.

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“Elyot… has just wed the slightly frumpy but thrilled Sybil (batting well up the order and well realised by Katherine Moran)”

David Winskill, Ham & High


“Fortunately, [Jonas Cemm] has Katherine Moran and Tim Larkfield in the parts [of Sybil and Victor], she the closet tigress, he her counterpart victim”

Alan Franks, London Theatre 1


“A true celebration of Noel Coward’s work which should not be missed”

“If you pay enough attention, you’ll notice the odd touches of modern life creep into the performance without taking anything away from the original work”

London Theatre Reviews




Are Friends Electric? at Platform Southwark

In rehearsal for Are You Friends?

Thank you to India, Holly and all the lovely Brainchild team who hosted a wicked scratch evening on 14 June at Platform Southwark.

A proper fun, supportive space to perform the opening scene of 70:30’s new piece Are Friends Electric?

Watch out for more developments of the play this summer…

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