Fresh Start (2021)
Amy will be appearing as Freddie in the new play Fresh Start by Christelle Elwin. The play will be performed as part of new writing festival Fresh which champions women writers.
The play will be performed on June 5th at 7pm at The Golden Goose Theatre in London. Tickets can be found here.
National Youth Theatre 2021
Amy was accepted into the National Youth Theatre this year. She will complete their Epic Stages course in August 2021 at Rose Bruford College.
Screening at The Hope Mill Theatre (2021)
Amy plays Dee in short film 'Draw Four' as part of Green Carnation’s ongoing digital project 'Queer All About It. The film will be screened at The Hope Mill Theatre on 22nd January as part of the Turn It On Festival.
You can buy tickets here.
Peter Pan (2020)
Amy is currently performing as Wendy/Smee in Peter Pan with Outside the Box Productions. The cast are performing to children up and down the country with 43 performances over 3 weeks.
I'm not your age-mate (2020)
Amy portrayed Bethany is Tatiana Ennin's directorial debut 'I'm not your Age-mate'. The comedy short is set to be released in May 2021.
draw four (2020)
Amy plays Dee in short film 'Draw Four' as part of Green Carnation’s ongoing digital project 'Queer All About It. The project explores themes affecting the LGBTQ+ community. The first commission, ‘Draw Four’ by Lorna Rose Treen, explores HIV: 30+ Years of Change.
You can watch the film here.
The irrelevant actor in backstage
Amy's podcast 'The Irrelevant Actor' launched a new 'Lockdown Series' talking with industry professionals about how to stay creative and positive during the Covid-19 pandemic. The podcast hit 10k+ downloads and was featured in Backstage magazine as a 'must listen'.
You can read the article here.
Pick n' Mix wins the bill cashmore award
Amy played 'White' in Pick n' Mix at The Lyric Hammersmith. The piece was an entry into the Bill Cashmore Award and was performed in March 2020 before theatre's closed their doors. Pick n' Mix went on to win the Bill Cashmore Award 2020/21 and is now in further development.
Amy performed as 'Ellie' in DRINK at The Pleasance Theatre in February 2020. The play was a shortlisted entry for the 'Charlie Hartill Fund'. It explores a young girl's problematic relationship with alcohol.
The Host (2020)
Amy plays Kim in Donna Seymour's directorial debut 'The Host'. A comedy-short centring around three housemates and their arguments over dirty knives and wine.
Clips from the film can be seen in Amy's showreel here.
Amy will be performing as Cinderella with Outside the Box Productions. She will tour the North West for three weeks from November 2019.
Amy's first role since graduating is Poppy Ashtoncroft in political satire 'Rhetoric'. The show was produced by the 3Y4 Theatre Company which was formed at Drama Studio London. The play will run at The Bread and Roses Theatre for four days.
The Irrelevant actor launches (2019)
Amy has launched a podcast called 'The Irrelevant Actor' where she discusses the hardships and realities of breaking into the industry. She interviews industry professionals at all stages of their careers including writers, agents, actors and casting directors.
Find out more here.
graduated from drama studio london (2019)
Amy completed her degree at Drama Studio London and graduated with a First Class BA (Hons) in Professional Acting.
mighty Atoms (2019)
Amy plays Taylor Flint, the lead role in her graduate production of Mighty Atoms. The play follows Taylor as she comes to terms with bad decisions from her past and teaches a group of women how to box.
anarchy lessons - soho writers lab (2019)
Amy performed as Laila Farr in the Writers Lab showcase at The Soho Theatre. Feisty school girl Laila has a detention with her new teacher, and they do not see eye to eye.