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May 2021

As the world starts to take its steps back to some semblance of normal, Kaitlin is delighted to be able to announce that she is working on some wonderful projects and it feels amazing to be reconnecting with all the work she loves doing the most. These include currently working on and/or being booked for:


Securing an online streamed run of her Zoom film production of Much Ado About Nothing with atyours.link for the end of May 2021.


The Merry Wives of Windsor at Grosvenor Park, Chester for Storyhouse Theatre.

King Lear at Stokesay Court, Ludlow for Here to There Productions/Ludlow Fringe.

The Lazarus Path for Seed Productions.


Providing online Zoom masterclasses and recorded practitioner skills share presentations for Oldham Coliseum’s Learning & Engagement Department outreach projects.

Examining APC Stage Combat students both via Zoom and in person once again.

Booked to teach the Honors Level student exams on The APC SW Summer Course in August 2021.

Being part of the intake Audition Panel for Manchester School of Theatre at Man Met University.

January 2021

Like for many, many others in the creative industries, the last 12 months have proven very challenging for Kaitlin in the current COVID-19 situation. With many places of work unable to open, she has had to channel her creativity in other ways.

Kaitlin has been incredibly lucky to be able to still find outlets for her acting, directing and stage combat and has been involved in many fantastic projects over the last year despite the difficult circumstances.

These include:


Regular Zoom play readings with Double Trouble Theatre Company.

Weekly Zoom Shakespeare readings with fellow actors from The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival (non-affiliated).

Regular Zoom play readings with Corona Days Plays.

Zoom R&D readings for pilot Out of Practice written by Becci Sharrock and Lucie Brownlee.

Zoom R&D reading of a potential all female outdoor production of Twelfth Night with Dream Team Productions.

Shakespeare monologue update/refresh sessions with director Eloise Lally.

Filming of new showreel scenes with MAPlatform.

Recording of a radio/podcast version of Eddie and The Gold Tops for Badapple Theatre Company.

Recording of radio/podcast play Old Hobb’s Xmas Adventure for Theatrephonics and Cat On A Piano Productions.

Performing as The Snow Queen and Tiny the Elf at East Lancs Railway’s Elfmas Christmas Event.


Directing two Shakespeare monologues/shorts for Her Productions’ Unseemly Women project.

Directing, recording and editing a Zoom film version of her smash hit production of Much Ado About Nothing with the original cast from The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival (non-affiliated).


Pre-production meetings for short film The Lazarus Path with Seed Productions, due to film in 2021.

Interviews for the promotion of The Lazarus Path with Seed Productions.


Examination of APC Stage Combat students under strict COVID-19 safety measures for The Performance Preparation Academy (Guildford), The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (Cardiff) and MC-Combat (Chippenham).

She hopes that 2021 will prove an easier and incredibly successful year for all her colleagues and friends.