I am an experienced stage actress often cast in strong female roles and with a flair for comedy. I have played everything from a naïve social worker, a shy drug addict and a drunk and furious bride. I’ve enjoyed classical roles such as Gertrude in Hamlet and Lady Felicity in Noel Coward’s Relative Values as well as regular outings as the villain in traditional Pantomimes.
A member of Equity, my full CV is on Spotlight
I am a professional trained actress, having attended the Academy Drama School, London, as well as having an Associate Diploma from LAMDA. In 2014 I was appointed to the Board of Examiners for LAMDA
I also have a Science Degree in Microbiology and worked for several year in laboratories in the Food Industry before retraining as an actor.
I enjoy Aqua Aerobics and Line Dancing. I’m currently experimenting with Vegetarian cooking. I’m doing some volunteering work for the charity Hypo Hounds. And I’ve just re-discovered knitting and am making knitted toys for friends and family.
Star of the show is Brigid Lohrey as the matriarchal Countess. She and her sidekick, the fey Peter (Simon Money) make a great double act: Her almost Victoria Wood-like musings contrast wonderfully with her physical, highly expressive comedy.”Relative Values Review – Newshopper
Nominated for Best Performance in a Lead Role 2021 for WOLVES ARE COMING FOR YOU You at The Offie Awards
London Pub Theatres Awards 2021 WINNER STANDING OVATION Outstanding Production Values for WOLVES ARE COMING FOR YOU
Brut No Messing About TV advert with Vinnie Jones is now out
Tara by Debra Baker was written for the Alphabet Monologues and was a finalist for the Monologues & Poetry International Film Festival in November 2020
Released in June 2020: The poem Getaway Car by David Bottomley, was filmed for the Bottomley Writes Poetry Film Festival
As part of the #WomeninLockdown Project for Popelei Theatre in May 2020 I was chosen to perfoem Not to Praise Him Written by Tjawangwa Dema
“Gremio (Brigid Lohrey) who is master of facial and bodily comedy, enacting so many contortions as to leave the audience in stitches. She evokes the visceral humor of the kind seen in The Good Life’s Margo Leadbetter or Keeping Up Appearances’ Hyacinth Bouquet. ”The Taming of the Shrew Review upcoming.com
“The actress’s lethal, crystalline tones give her a politician’s edge in quickfire passages, though she becomes mesmerising in her softer, confessional speeches, holding audience interest with an emotionally-charged stillness.”Dangerous Corner Review – The Fringe Report
2019 The Gift came out, I play nosy neighbour Estelle.