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  • (2000) Appeared in the play "Eye Contact" - Riverside Studios, London
  • (2000) Appeared in "Sense & Sensibility", based on the novel by Jane Austen - UK tour.
  • (2004) Appeared at London's Royal Court Theatre as "Yulka" in "Ladbybird", a new play by Vasiliy Sigarev and (2008) "Emma" in "Contractions" by Mike Bartlett.
  • (2005) Played Helena in the radio series "Shadows in Bronze"
  • (1998) Appeared in "Be My Baby" - Pleasance Theatre, London
  • (1986) Her Royal Shakespeare Company credits include: Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor", (2001) Erifila in Lope de Vega's "Madness in Valencia", (2001) Martha in Whycherley's "Love in a Wood" , (2001-2) Ilse in "A Russin in the Woods", a new play by Peter Whelan ,(2002-3) Domita in Philip Massinger's "The Roman Actor", Maria in John Marston's "The Malcontent"
  • (2004) Played "Lydia Languish" in Richard B. Sheridan's "The Rivals", which was filmed for television as The Rivals (2004) - Bristol Old Vic, London.
  • (2005) Played "Celia" in a revival of "The Philanthropist", by Christopher Hampton - Donmar Warehouse, London.
  • (2005-6) Played young Alex/ young Aaron in "Coram Boy", an adaptation of the novel by Jamila Gavin - National Theatre (Olivier Stage), London
  • (2005) Played Nastasja/Claire in a revival of "The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union" by David Greig - Donmar Warehouse, London
  • (2005) Played Jenna in "Colder Than Here", a new play by Laura Wade - Soho Theatre, London
  • (2002) She acted in Philip Massinger's play, "The Roman Actor", in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Swan Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Antony Sher, Joe Dixon, Geoffrey Freshwater, 'Sian Howard', Amanda Drew, Michael Matus and Keith Osborn in the cast. Sean Holmes was the director.
  • (2014) Played Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible at the Old Vic in London, England
  • (2005) She acted in Christopher Hampton's play, "The Philanthropist," at the Donmar Theatre in London, England with Simon Russell Beale, Danny Webb, Simon Day, Siobhan Hewlett, and Simon Bubb in the cast.

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