Film, TV & Theatre
Katie is a performance poet, actress and writer for stage and screen. Her one-woman show on the science of lying, ALL THE THINGS I LIED ABOUT, has been selected as a finalist for an OFFIE in the category of Most Promising New Playwright, as well as having been nominated for Best Female Performance. The play ran at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016 and later at the Soho Theatre in 2017.
Her poetry play DIRTY GREAT LOVE STORY, co-written with Richard Marsh, won a Fringe First Award at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where she was also nominated for Best Actress by The Stage. The play went on to run at Soho Theatre upstairs and in New York at 59E59 Theaters in 2013.
Other writing includes TERMINAL 4 (Bush Theater RADAR season 2013), UNDERLAY (Nabokov at Soho Theatre), FIFTEEN MINUTES WITH YOU (Wimbledon College Of Art), BUILDING DENS AT THE PLAZA (Company Of Angels for The Commissioners), one woman show THE CELEBRATED MRS INCHBALD (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds and the U.S.); THE GLASS TOWER (Red Handed Theatre Company) and LIQUORICE AND SMOKE-RINGS (PULSE Festival).
Katie's latest project, PAPER.SCISSORS.STONE., is currently in development with Live Theatre Newcastle, and funded by Arts Council England and the Peggy Ramsay Foundation.
Live Theatre Newcastle
Full length stage play in development, funded by Arts Council England and the Peggy Ramsay Foundation.
ALL THE THINGS I LIED ABOUT
Paines Plough Roundabout (Edinburgh Festival), Soho Theatre, UK Tour
• Off West End Award: Most Promising Playwright (nomination, winners yet to be announced)
• Off West End Award: Best Female Performance (nomination, winners yet to be announced)
DIRTY GREAT LOVE STORY
Pleasance Dome (Edinburgh Festival), Soho Theatre, 59E59 Theaters (New York), Arts Theatre (West End)
(co-written with Richard Marsh)
• Scotsman Fringe First Award 2012 (with Richard Marsh) – Dirty Great love Story - 2012
BUILDING DENS AT THE PLAZA
Company Of Angels
Soho Theatre (Nabokov Reloaded) & Bush Theatre (Radar)
LIQUORICE & SMOKE-RINGS
PULSE Festival (rehearsed reading)
THE CELEBRATED MRS INCHBALD
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Texas Tech University
SOMEONE ELSE'S SKIN