Katie is a facilitator, theatre maker and spoken word artist currently living in NE London. After graduating in 2017 from East 15 Acting School with a degree in Acting and Community Theatre, Katie has been running workshops and making work with young people and communities all over London - including at the Bush Theatre, The Yard, National Youth Theatre and Central School of Speech and Drama.
Katie has been developing ‘FATTY FAT FAT’, her debut autobiographical show show, for over a year. She was a member of the Poetry Collective at the Roundhouse (17-18), where she performed as part of Last Word Festival, as well as reaching the final of The Roundhouse Poetry Slam in 2018. She was a Resident Artist at the Roundhouse and was on the 2019 Soho Theatre Writer’s Lab programme.
Katie regularly performs across London & across the UK. Recent performances include Southbank Centre, Royal Vauxhall Tavern, Fat Cabaret, Waltham Forest Borough of Culture Opening Ceremony & supporting poet Buddy Wakefield on his London tour date. She has appeared on several podcasts, including The Guilty Feminist and written for the Metro, Refinery 29 & Bustle.
Katie is currently working on FATTY FAT FAT, her debut autobiographical solo show about living in a fat body. This show debuted at VAULT Festival last year where it won the VAULTS Origins Award for Outstanding New Work. Following this FFF was performed at the Marlborough, the Roundhouse and the Albany before completing a sold-out 5* run at Edinburgh Fringe. In Spring 2020 FFF heads out on a tour of England & Wales, which is supported by Arts Council England.
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