Kirsty Cox

Kirsty Cox trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Her recent theatre work includes Our Church for The Watermill Theatre, Crimes, Camera, Action and Crimes on the Nile for New Old Friends, Down To Earth, I Believe in Unicorns, Apple John, The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon and Olive and the Dream Train for Theatre Alibi, The Odyssey and Medusa for Bristol Old Vic, The Macbeth Curse for Prime Theatre/Bolton Octagon, The Last Post for Kilter Theatre and the one woman show Stalin’s Daughter for Blue Brook Productions. She is a regular performer with street theatre company, The Naturals, and the comedy improvisation group, Instant Wit. She has recorded numerous audiobooks and also short stories radio drama for BBC Radio 4. Her film and television experience includes Trollied for Sky TV, commercials for Toolstation and Visit Wales, and several independent feature films.