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Dangerous Desires: The Scandalous Life Of Egon Schiele, BBC 2

Dangerous Desires: The Scandalous Life Of Egon Schiele, BBC 2

BBC 2’s documentary about Austrian painter Egon Schiele, Dangerous Desires: The Scandalous Life Of Egon Schiele, directed by Teresa Griffiths. Released to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Schiele’s death, the documentary tells the story of his short and dramatic life in Schiele’s own words, using […]

Whisky Galore: Hull Truck, New Vic & Oldham Coliseum

Whisky Galore: Hull Truck, New Vic & Oldham Coliseum

Lila plays Peggy Macroon, George Campbell, Mr Brown, Drooby and Paddy in Whisky Galore: an all-female co-production between Hull Truck, New Vic and Oldham Coliseum. “It’s 1955 and the Pallas Players, an all-female theatre company, are putting on a play… Whisky Galore. They take us back […]

Royal Shakespeare Company

Royal Shakespeare Company

Lila makes her debut with the Royal Shakespeare Company in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  The RSC’s flagship production in 2016, touring the UK and performing in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Lila played the role of Moth and understudied Helena and Hippolyta. More on this…

Selftape Short

Selftape Short

Written by Joy Wilkinson (Nick Nickleby – BBC, Afghanistan: The Great Game -Tricycle Theatre, and many productions for BBC Radio Drama), Lila plays Meg in SELFTAPE. Horror short. Actress Meg has a new camera to help with her auditions. She hopes it’ll capture more of […]

National Theatre Scotland & Stellar Quines

National Theatre Scotland & Stellar Quines

Lila has recently been workshopping The 306: Day with National Theatre Scotland and Stellar Quines.  This is the second part of Oliver Emanuel and Gareth Williams’ powerful new First World War trilogy, charting the heart-breaking journey of the 306 men executed for cowardice and desertion […]

Shakespeare & Music Concert

Shakespeare & Music Concert

Lila was one of six actors who performed in Shakespeare in Music, a concert presented in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company and Southbank Sinfonia at St. John’s Smith Square. Four hundred years since his death, Shakespeare continues to inspire and beguile musicians. In this landmark […]

Unicorn Theatre

Unicorn Theatre

So you think being bad is wrong? Think again… Lila recently appeared in Baddies: the Musical at the Unicorn Theatre. Directed by Purni Morell with an original score musically directed by Joel Fram. ★★★★★ ‘The Unicorn has a big hit on its hands’ Evening Standard […]

Thérèse Raquin

Thérèse Raquin

Following a sell out run at the Finborough Theatre, Thérèse Raquin transfers to The Park Theatre from 19th July – 24th August, where Lila will be reprising her role as Suzanne. ★ ★ ★ ★ Evening standard       ★ ★ ★ ★ Independent ★ ★ ★ ★ Daily Telegraph    […]

Shakespeare’s Globe

Shakespeare’s Globe

Directed by Mark Rylance and Jonathan Moore, Sonnet Walks at Shakespeare’s Globe celebrates the symbolic birthday of Shakespeare. Lila performed Sonnet 113 at a site specific location on the walk through Shakespeare’s London, brought alive by actors. ” You will hear some of Shakespeare’s most compelling and inspiring […]

The Kissing-Dance, Jermyn Street Theatre

The Kissing-Dance, Jermyn Street Theatre

Lila created the role of Bridget in the Off-Westend professional premier of The Kissing-Dance at the Jermyn Street Theatre in London. Based on Oliver Goldsmith’s play She Stoops to Conquer, The Kissing-Dance is a tale of match-making, mischief and misunderstanding, dished out with a good helping of disguise […]