Olivia is a writer and performer. Her writing career began with plays for the Edinburgh Fringe and various London youth theatres. She is also a Globe Storyteller, adapting and performing Shakespeare’s stories for the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse and events such as literary festivals both in the UK and internationally.
Produced by Lockdown Lives Shorts and winner of the bronze Independent Shorts award for short comedy film. Joe purchases an A.I device without girlfriend Anya’s consent. The film can be viewed on the Lockdown Lives website.
GREEN (Pozzitive Productions) Current
Radio sitcom co-written with Lizzie Hopley fro Pozzitive Productions.
THE EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES, AN UNFAIRYTALE 2020 (Small Truth Theatre)
An audio play for Small Truth Theatre, a dark satirical re-telling of the famous story with original music. It can be streamed from the Small Truth Theatre website.
Podcast series telling the stories of different people at a crossroads.
ANIMAL CROSSINGS Current
Podcast series where creatures great and small look at the world from fish tanks, cages and metropolitan nests.
IS IT LOVE? (Ubisoft) Current
Original television series – concept bible
THE MERRY WIVES OF WHATSAPP 2020 (Creation Theatre)
A modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy, co-written with Lizzie Hopley. Live streamed during lockdown.
BLEAK HOUSE 2020 (Creation Theatre)
Musical adaptation of the Charles Dickens novel
UNDER THE BRIDGE 2019 (Small Truth Theatre)
FRESCO (The Waterloo East Theatre) 2019
Rehearsed reading of an original musical at the Waterloo East Theatre for the New British Musicals Festival 2019.
GONE FISHING (Canal Cafe Theatre) 2018
DIRTY WORD (Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel) 2017
DANCING SHOES (Little Pieces of Gold for the Southwark Playhouse) 2017
PLAYING THE KING (Creation Theatre) 2017
BLINK FACE (Robin Linde Productions for The Vaults Festival) 2017.
THE MAD MAID OF KENT (Robin Linde Productions for The Vaults Festival) 2017
A NIGHT IN THE LIBRARY (Stagecoach) 2016
THE YELLOW WALLPAPER (Edinburgh Fringe and The One Festival) 2011-2013
A one woman adaptation of the novel by Charlotte Perkins.