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2014 – ‘Meet Pursuit Delange’
Role of Miss Haversham – Factory Film Productions (yet to be released)
2013 – ‘Camberwell Beauty ‘
Directed by Chris Ward – Wet Paint Productions
PREQUEL TO GISELLE
At the Sadlers Wells Theatre – the role of Gerda – directed by Morgann Runacre-Temple and Jessica Wright for the English National Ballet.
Director John Cassavettees, with Ben Gazzara and Peter Falk.
Last of the Hammer Horrors, Director Freddie Frances.
Director: Pier Paolo Pasolini – role of Alison in The Millers Tale.
Director: Stephen Dwoskin – film won Best Foreign Film Prize at theToulon Film Festival.
THE MACKINTOSH MAN
Director: John Huston with Paul Newman
THE FINAL PROGRAMME
Director: Robert Fuest with Jon Finch
Director: Michelangelo Antonioni, with Jack Nicholson and Maria Schneider.
Director: Tony Richardson with Peter Firth.
Director: Ridley Scott with Harvey Keitel.
Director: Freddie Frances with Ringo Starr.
Director: Derek Jarman, dual roles of Queen Elizabeth 1 and the anarchist Bod.
THE LADY VANISHES
Director: Anthony Page with Cybil Shepherd and Elliott Gould.
Director: Nicholas Roeg with
Anjelica Huston and Rowan Atkinson.
Made for TV Movie: “Love Knot”
Director: Peter Barber Fleming
EMILY, THAT ENGLISHWOMAN
Director: Dirk de Villiers.
Director: Mike Leigh
Made for TV Movie with Emily Fox and Faye Dunaway
Director: Joseph Oppenheimer
Director: Angelika Padberg
Film presenting and discussing The Final Programme for American Television
THE PURSUIT OF LOVE
Director: John Maybury – starring Keira Kneightley and Sienna Miller – 2009
Director: Duncan Grant – starring Christopher Lee and Heather Graham – 2010
Film discussing Jubilee and working with Derek Jarman for Janus Films, U.S.A.
Film discussing the series “Sweeney” and how it reflected the period, for Euston Films Ltd.
TV Pantomime with Rula Lenska
THE NEW AVENGERS
With Joanna Lumley
With John Thaw and Dennis Waterman
BBC 1 with Sinead Cusack
Director: Charles Sturridge with Anthony Andrews and Jeremy Irons.
BBC 1 Play for Today written by Lynda La Plante
Series for Channel 4
ITV Series with Ian McShane
CALL ME MISTER
ITV Series produced by Robert Banks Stewart
Drama documentary re: American author “Don de Lillo”
Tribute to John Cassavettees – “The Making of Husbands.”
Various roles in the Provinces, and on tour in places such as Bath, Scarborough, Birmingham, Bournemouth and Edinburgh in a variety of Fringe and Repertory productions.
ENTER QUEEN LEAR
September/October 2016 – the role of Queen Lear in “Enter Queen Lear’ on at the Drayton Arms Theatre directed by Simone Vause – produced by Streetwise Productions.
THE GHOST TRAIN DOESN’T STOP HERE ANYMORE
March 2016 – the role of Myra in The Ghost Train Doesn’t stop here any More on at the Tristan Bates Theatre – produced by Kim Newman.
Director: Clifford Williams, one of the original cast of ten in Kenneth Tynan’s production at the Roundhouse and the Royalty Theatre.
Kings Head theatre, Islington then the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh Festival.
Various and many fringe theatre productions in venues all over London including working with Directors such as Ed Berman, Robert Walker, Steven Berkoff, Chris Ward and others.
Friedrich Schiller – produced by the Goethe Institute.
THE BITTER TEARS OF PETRA VON KANT
With Delphine Seyrig and Mary Tamm at the New End Theatre,Hampstead.
Old Red Lion Theatre, Islington, written and directed by Mick Mahoney.
Diorama Theatre, Portland Place, written and directed by Chris Ward.
Lost Theatre, Vauxhall – written by Gareth Parker – May 2010
THE CEREMONY www.wirelesstheatrecompany.co.uk (radio play)
SHARED www.wirelesstheatrecompany.co.uk with Rula Lenska
Directed devised short comedy film.
A.& E. GET WELL SOON
Kingston International Festival – 2010
Written by Peter Yates – Edinburgh Festival 2009
Written by Peter Yates – Edinburgh Festival 2008
Directed various productions including ‘Frozen’ and ‘The Importance of Shoes’
Written by Peter Yates – One Act Festival – London 2008
Came 2nd in the One Act Festival, 2007 – London written by Jack Bowman
Studio Theatre at the Tricycle Theatre. Kilburn High Road, – 2007
written by Caryl Churchill, Lost Theatre, Fulham, London. – 2006
I, MARY MAGDALENE
Canal Cafe Theatre, Little Venice, London written by Dominic Brown 2005
On the Executive Management of the Portobello Film Festival, Notting Hill, London.
Also on the Editorial Board of the Portobello Film Magazines where she writes pieces on film and reviews experimental films.
Teaches and lectures on film and film makers and video art, recent lectures include the National Film Theatre and the recent Film makers Convention at the Roundhouse.
Regular Theatre Critic for Radio 101.4 FM based in Hammersmith.
Jenny Runacre – Photo by Ed Edwards
Jenny Runacre – Photo by Ed Edwards
John Cassavettees’ ‘Husbands’
Ridley Scott’s ‘The Duellists’