Bethany Sharp


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.





From an idea by Bethany Sharp

Anna has left her city life and moved home, but her family can't understand why.

The End

Written by Graham Watts

Waiting to die, a woman is offered the chance control her end and bring her death a little closer.


Written by Gari Jones

A journey into the unsayable.

Prisoners of the Truth

Written by Susan Hodgetts

Darren and Angie meet in a nightclub; flirting leads to showing off and dabbling in fantasy.

What Ma Taught Me

Written by Luke Hayes

Is it Pauline or Ma who is making the dinner? Is it Pauline or Ma who has walked through the door?


Written by Jenny Gruner

What do you do with your partner when they refuse to speak, or move, or even acknowledge you?

Abide With Me

Written by Rich Chilver

An interpretation of what lies within religion.

The Photograph

Written by Heather Grange

A policeman falls in love with a Russian mail order bride, and at first, the stigma attached to her doesn't bother him in the slightest...


Written by Judy Upton

Owls can be very useful creatures...