For Frequency Theatre: ACTOR ~ DIRECTOR ~ PLAYWRIGHT ~ PRODUCER
Bethany co-founded Frequency Theatre in 2012 after creating the concept, inspired by a love of audio theatre and an ambition to make theatre which would be accessible to many. She chiefly produces and directs for Frequency Theatre, as well as facilitating audio drama workshops for a variety of participants.
When not working on Frequency Theatre, she works as a project producer and arts administrator.
Bethany is a playwright, and was shortlisted as a finalist for Out of Joint’s 2017 WiT Award.
As a playwright, she took part in Emberfly Theatre’s 24 Hour Challenge, by writing the fifteen minute play IF I COULD GO BACKWARDS IN TIME which was performed at the Churchill Theatre, directed by Ruth Rundle. In July 2017 Bethany worked with climate change scientists at Imperial College London and a group of actors, to write the play POWER, examining the effect of human activity on the environment.
You can also find Bethany performing character stand-up and comedy improvisation in various London venues.
Bethany holds a BA in Philosophy and Theology from the University of London.
"For the practice of virtue, a modicum of comfort is necessary."
Over lunch, a student and lecturer re-assess each others' characters.
Head of the Highways Department, Jonas, is excellent at cutting costs… and that's the most important thing these days isn't it?
A verbatim comment on Colchester, Britain's oldest recorded town.
Both on a hospital ward, recovering. Both can help each other, perhaps?
Burt tries to convince his wife that this really is a place of importance, and a place in which she should stay.
Kept apart for thirty five years, William returns to Mary a different man.
Bringing the concept of having an ‘active’ old age to a new level!