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Had a terrific time filming with director Niall Fraser on the BBC 1 daytime soap ‘Doctors’ where I played Patricia Reynolds, a rather dominating mother. The episode is called ‘Shorthand’ and it’ll be on the BBC’s iPlayer for about a month.


Great fun watching the students at Birmingham City University pitch to industry professionals today, particularly nice to be involved voice-wise on a secret animation project that they have been working on…

I can be heard on BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Archers’ playing Organic Farm Shop manager Tina Galloway

A wonderful end to the sold out run of Theatre d’Europe’s World War II play 'Les Vaches Dans Le Champ (The Cows in the Field)' at the Blue Orange Theatre in Birmingham. As it’s producer it’s been a roller coaster ride but so worth it … The whole team have worked so hard to make the production such a roaring success - what a great experience, now I need some sleep!!

I was delighted to perform with The Hearth Centre on a sold out performance of  Polly Wright’s play ‘Revolving Door’ at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre as part of the Bedlam Arts and Mental Health Festival 2019. We were joined for a fascinating post-show talk about suicide prevention by Consultant psychiatrist Dr Erin Turner and award-winning mental health campaigner Jonny Benjamin MBE.

A marvellous evening at the BBC's BROADCASTING HOUSE to celebrate the achievements of BBC Radio 4’s long- running First World War drama serials 'Home Front' and 'Tommies' … It was a very special evening for myself and my actor husband Sean Connolly to celebrate our part in the Four Year Spanning drama 'Home Front'. We had played Folkestone Bakers, husband and wife Ernie & Hilda Moore with our lovely ‘radio’ daughter Jessie played by Lucy Hutchinson … Recorded at BBC Birmingham since 2014, the sprawling, 561 episode drama, was mostly set in three locations in the UK; Folkestone, Tyneside and South Devon. The entire series, overseen by Jessica Dromgoole, will be available to listen to for the next ten years via the BBC iPlayer and BBC App - Sounds ...

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