"A jaw-dropping production. Amanda Leigh Owen was incandescent, her complete absorption into the role matched only by the audiences own. The performance of the decade." - Theatre review for lead role Hedda Gabler, reviewer Phil Preece. The Independent awarded it four stars. Coming up next...playing Christa in British film 'Hiraeth', directed by the visually arresting film maker & award winning Ryan Andrews, written by the critically acclaimed & published writer Stephen Laughton. Also a Sky Arts documentary of British film making, 'Halas and Batchelor', directed by Richard Shaw.
|Accents & Dialects:|
(* = native)
|American-Standard, Leicester, London, Manchester, Midlands-East, Northern, Nottingham, RP, Yorkshire|
|Music & Dance:|
(* = highly skilled)
|Aerobics, Alto, Contemporary Dance, Contemporary Singing, Mezzo, Singing (general), Zumba|
|Performance:||Actor-Singer, Audio Books, BADC Standard, Comedy, Commedia Dell'Arte, Corporate Roleplay, Forum Theatre, Immersive Performance, Live Roleplay, Outdoor Performances, Physical Theatre, Poetry Reading, Presenting, Public Speaking, Radio Drama, Repertory, Sight-Reading (non-musical), Spoken Word, Story Telling, TV Presenting, Voice Over|
|Other Skills:||Assistant Director (experienced), CIPD Certificate in Training Practice, Narration, Presentation Coach, Public Speaking Coach, Soft Skills Trainer, Spoken Word Artist, Vocal Workshop Leader, Voice Coach (professional)|
|Vocal Range:||F3 to C5|
The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Professional Acting - 3 years (Formally known as The Birmingham School of Speech and Drama. Currently ranked in the top three in the Guardian League Table. An accredited drama school.)
Additional screen acting and voice coaching with leading coach and author Mel Churcher. Dialect coaching with Caroline Hetherington.