Heather is a London based actor, theatre-maker, writer, poet and facilitator. She started creating work at university, where she realized that the gaps surrounding women’s history and the lack of female playwrights, needed addressing.
Heather is a clumsy and queer history nerd who creates taboo-busting, cross-art form work that is chaotic and all embracing, telling stories that are too often pushed to the side. She has performed throughout the UK at venues including the National Student Drama Festival, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Warwick Arts Centre.
Heather trained at ALRA South and with the Soho Theatre Cabaret & Drag Lab. Currently receiving CREATE’s Nurturing Talent Bursary, she is passionate about empowering through the arts.
Heather also has experience with a number of production support roles, from assistant director and choreography to front of house roles, and producing, giving her an understanding of the intricacies and demands of putting on a production.
As well as acting, Heather is a writer and spoken word artist, whose writing has been staged at The Pleasance, The Rosemary Branch and Redgates Theatre.
When she's not acting or writing, Heather works as a Workshop Facilitator and Learning Support Assistant, supporting students with SEN.
She loves to be near water, as well as tap dancing, lacrosse and spending time with her cats!
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