Katie is an actor and writer. As part of Trippplicate (with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and Verity Woolnough) she co-wrote and performed five Edinburgh shows and wrote for several comedy shows.
With Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Katie co-wrote the award-winning immersive show You Once Said Yes (Roundhouse, Edinburgh Fringe, Southampton, Salford, Perth Australia), Above and Beyond (Corinthia hotel), The Many Whoops of Whoops Town and Once Upon a Christmas (Covent Garden).
As an actor Katie has appeared in Bluestone 42, The Crimson Petal and the White, Boy A, and Green Wing as well as featuring in plays at the National Theatre and The Bush Theatre.
Katie has also written an original stage play and is working on a couple of original new television comedy projects.
Sea Legs – CPL Entertainment Comedy Drama treatment commissioned. Co-written with Kelly Adams and Madeleine Brettingham
Boots on the Ground – Tangled Feet – Writer of the interactive, walking headphones show to commemorate WWI.
Blackout – China Plate Theatre Play commissioned
City Reads – Look Left Look Right Writer. Based on the book Prophecy by S. J. Parris
Musical Theatre – Dark Room
The Secret Princess of Severndroog (Children’s Immersive theatre show for the Greenwich and Docklands Festival – Look Left Look Right)
City Reads – Look Left Look Right Writer. Inspired by the book Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch
Packers – Sitcom
City Reads – Look Left Look Right Writer of 5 interactive site specific plays across London inspired by the novel My Dear, I Wanted to Tell You by Louisa Young.
You Once Said Yes – Look Left Look Right/Perth Festival Writer of immersive show (with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm)
Once Upon a Christmas – Look Left Look Right Writer of immersive show in and around Covent Garden (with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm)
You Once Said Yes – Look Left Look Right (with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm) Hit immersive show revived at Edinburgh Fringe
The Many Whoops of Whoops Town – Look Left Look Right (with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm) Children’s show performed at Latitude Festival
Above and Beyond – Corinthia Hotel (with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm) “Fun, adrenalin-arousing, and packed with lovely touches and little surprises – is magical“, The Telegraph
Corinthia Artist in Residence 2013 Award (with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm) Winner of award with Look Left Look Right to stage an “immensive theatre” project.
Not Another Musical – Look Left, Look Right/Latitude (with Katie Lyons) Musical play performed at Pulse Festival
You Once Said Yes – The Lowry Salford (with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm)
After Him Original stage play Reading at Soho Theatre
You Once Said Yes Co-written with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm The Roundhouse – June 2012 – July 2012
You Once Said Yes Co-written with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Fringe First Edinburgh Festival 2011 and a Total Theatre Award for Innovation and Experimentation). “You Once Said Yes at Underbelly & all over town is as great a piece of participatory theatre as you could wish for” Dominic Cavendish, The Daily Telegraph. “Yes, this is a magical show that just keeps on giving” Lauren Paxman, The Stage. “One of the great things about this show, besides its slippery, snake-like structure, is that it is constantly surprising – even when you think you’ve got the measure” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian.
Hotel Trubble – CBBC 30 minute script for kids comedy commissioned
School of Comedy – Series 2 Left Bank Pictures for E4
Lynx Bullet scripts commissioned for Lynx Bullet marketing campaign (Freud Communications)
13 O’Clock Little Fish Theatre
School of Comedy sketches commissioned by Left Bank Pictures for E4
Scallywagga Commissioned to write for BBC Comedy North’s second series
Comedy College (BBC TV) Selected for ongoing comedy initative
Developed Alyssa Kyria’s one woman show Woman of the Year at Pleasance Joker Dome
Kids School of Comedy Left Bank Pictures/C4 Contributors to Comedy Lab pilot.
Hotel Trubble 1 x script commissioned for new CBBC series
Comedy Shuffle (BBC Three) Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2008
School of Comedy Pleasance Courtyard
Time Tripppers Pleasance Courtyard
The Receptionist Pleasance Courtyard
13 O’Clock Pleasance Dome
Maybe We Could…? Pleasance Courtyard
Fanny and Madge Gilded Balloon
Fanny and Madge Old Red Lion
2011 Edinburgh Festival Winners of A Fringe First and a Total Theatre Award for Innovation and Experimentation
Winners of the Arthur Smith Award for Best Comedy Newcomer 2006 for The Receptionists
Nominated for the Writers Guild Award for Best Comedy 2006 for The Receptionists
Double Act Award 2005 for 13 O’Clock
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