Look, No Hands

★★★★ “Look, No Hands makes for a genuinely exciting piece of theatre.” A Younger Theatre Look, No Hands is Lila’s debut solo show as writer and performer and the recipient of the National Partnership Award 2021. Performing in August 2021 at the Pleasance Theatre, London, streaming on Edinburgh Fringe player, this “Very engaging and visceral” …

Sky History Channel

‘Trail blazing’ through history, this new ident for Sky History Channel features Lila playing the Egyptologist and pioneer, Hilda Petrie. Lila was filmed by 156 camera scans, allowing Sky to embed her into scenes thanks to some very clever technology.

Audible Recording

Lila recorded Voice Over for this new audiobook from Amazon Audible. Drawing on the insights of 50 inspiring people who have suffered a wide range of trauma but are thriving nonetheless, Emma J. Bell has extracted nine enlightening secrets from their experiences. You’ll listen as they talk about how they found renewed purpose in life; …

Shades of Tay

As part of Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s Shades of Tay season, Lila was commissioned write The She-Town Ballad with composer Tarek Merchant.  “Shades of Tay is an ambitious Artistic Project by Pitlochry Festival Theatre to create, grow and nurture over 50 pieces of new art by artists and communities. We will produce this artistic voyage from …

Intrepid Women

In 2019, Lila’s play Intrepid Women (working title) was chosen to be part of a season of work written by emerging female writers at The Drayton Arms Theatre. A rehearsed reading performance took place in September 2019 and further development is underway.

Royal Shakespeare Company

Lila made her RSC debut in A Midsummer NIght’s Dream, understudying and playing Helena and Hippolyta alongside the role of Moth.  The nation’s favourite Shakespeare play, performed as never before. A co-production between the Royal Shakespeare Company and amateur companies across the UK. In 2016, the RSC and amateur companies around the UK had very …

RSC Shakespeare in music

Alongside guest actors include Patricia Hodge, David Threlfall and Samuel West, Lila performed with Royal Shakespeare Company and the Southbank Sinfonia in a special one-off concert; Shakespeare In Music  at St John’s Smith Square. 

Shakespeare’s globe

Lila was part of the Globe ensemble in workshops for both King John and The Taming of the Shrew over a six month period at Shakespeare’s Globe and Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.