Most recently Emma Co-Produced her first Play with Edward Nudd (Nuton Productions) I’ll Be Back Before Midnight which she also Directed.
The Tiger Who Came To Tea which Emma is Assistant Director/Choreographer on has just finished a Xmas Season in the West End at The Lyric Theatre and is now currently playing in Australia.
Aliens Loves Underpants of which Emma is choreographer on is about to head to Hong Kong and Singapore.
Acting Credits: Laura ‘I’ll Be Back Before Midnight’ (Bonington Theatre, Nottm), ‘Traveller’ (Film with David Essex OBE), Robyn, The Village & I (Birmingham Rep), Dilly in The Shagaround (Birmingham), Mrs Fox alongside Peter Duncan in ‘Fantastic Mr Fox’ (Open Air Theatre, Regents Park), Mummy ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’ (New Theatre, Hull), Head Sheep ‘Babe The Sheep Pig’ (Open Air Theatre, Regents Park & UK Tour), Witch One ‘Macbeth’ (Open Air Theatre, Regents Park), Fairy Godmother ‘Cinderella’ (The Madinat, Dubai), Slave of The Ring ‘Aladdin’ (Eden Court, Inverness). The Cat ‘Pinocchio’ (Eden Court, Inverness), Blackberry ‘Watership Down’ (Redgrave Theatre, Farnham), Witch ‘Hansel & Gretel’ (Off West End), Ghostie ‘Step in Time’ (Redgrave Theatre, Farnham), Linda ‘The Surbition Flitch’ (One woman Play – off West End), Nurse/Waitress ‘The Witches (West End & UK Tour), Improv Player in ‘Dr Comedy’s Side Split Surgery’ (UK Tour & Edinburgh Festival).
TV Credits: The Cook Report, Wuthering Heights, EYE TV & The Weekend Show.
Film: Engaging Young Offenders & Traveller Commercial: Direct Line
Choreographer/Movement director Credits include: Choreographer/Assistant Director: ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’ UK & International Tour and going into the WEST END this Xmas Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave. 2015: Choreographer ‘Aliens Love UnderPants’ The Dominion Theatre, London. ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’ – Edinburgh Festival. In 2012 Emma’s show ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’ received an Olivier Award nomination. Movement Director ‘What Flows Past The Baltic’. Directed by Neil Bull – Neville Studio,The Nottingham Playhouse. Movement Director ‘Wagamama’s Hakka, Windsor. Trade Secrets. 2014: Choreographer/Assistant Director on; ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’ at The Lyric, Shaftesbury Avenue & ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Film: Handle With Care
Prior to this Choreographic Credits include: Aliens Love Underpants (UK Tour 2013), Stuck (UK Tour 2012), Olivier Nomination 2012 The Tiger Who To Tea (West End, UK Tour), Guess How Much I Love You (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Korea, UK Tour 2010), Don’t Let The Pigeon Stay Up Late (US & UK Tour), Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (US Tour & Arts Depot, London), The Way Back Home (UK Tour), Fantastic Mr Fox (Open Air Theatre, Regents Park), Babe – The Sheep Pig (Open Air Theatre, Regents Park), Hansel and Gretel (Off West End), Micky Spatz (Arcola Theatre, London), The Worst Witch (UK Tour), The Hobbit, Watership Down, A Step in Time (with Bonnie Langford) all at The Redgrave Theatre, Farnham. Sleeping Beauty (Lyceum Crewe), Celebrations (Old Vic, London), God Knows (Lyric, Hammersmith). Those Magical Musicals (Toronto, Canada) & The Johnson Mastercraft Waterski Show (Toronto, Canada).
Directing Credits include: I’ll Be Back Before Midnight (Bonington Theatre, Nottingham), Aladdin (Eden Court Theatre, Inverness), The Shagaround (Birmingham), The Witches (with Ruby Wax – West End & UK Tour), General Motors Car Show (National Tour of Canada). Acting Director ‘Italia Conti Centenary Show 2011@ Wimbledon Theatre
Other Credits Include: Emma worked on the Production side of Mamma Mia!: Broadway (NYC), Shanghai, South Korea, Melbourne, Sydney, Germany, Holland, Japan, San Francisco & Los Angeles. She also worked on the film premiere of Mamma Mia! In New York, London & Stockholm.
Emma also worked on CHESS in Stockholm for Bjorn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson.
2011 worked on 10th Anniversary of Mamma Mia! NYC.
In September 2015 Emma returned to New York for the closing of Mamma Mia! Broadway after playing for 14 years.
Emma also spent four years as a researcher at Carlton TV Nottingham on Arts and Entertainment programmes.
Emma is Artistic Director of Madd College (Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama) and one of the many highlights of her job is devising and directing the End of Year Gala showcase which takes place at Nottingham Playhouse along with Musical Supervisor Mike Cotton (Currently Assistant Musical Director on Shrek UK Tour.
Emma is very proud to be Patron of TFX.