ABOUT ME

Katie Greenall (she/they) is a facilitator, theatre maker & writer currently living in NE London. Since graduating, she has been delivering projects and making work with young people and communities all over London, with organisations such as the Donmar Warehouse, National Youth Theatre of GB and the National Theatre. Katie also produces and directs the 14-17 & 18-25 Young Companies at the Bush Theatre.

 

Katie was a member of the Poetry Collective at the Roundhouse, as well as reaching the final of the Roundhouse Poetry Slam in 2018. She was a Resident Artist at the Roundhouse in 2018-19, part of the Soho Theatre Writer's Lab programme and long-listed for this year's Channel 4 Screenwriting Course. This year, she was runner up in Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund for theatre making and she has appeared on several podcasts, including The Guilty Feminist, as well as writing from the Metro Online, Refinery29 & Bustle.

 

Katie also made FATTY FAT FAT, a solo show about living in a fat body. It won the VAULTS Origins Award for Outstanding New Work in 2019 and following this, completed a 5* run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In Spring 2020, FFF was due to head out on a tour of England & Wales, and will be performed at Soho Theatre in September 2021. The show is supported by Arts Council England, and was published by Salamander Street in 2020. Buy it here!

Katie is currently making a new solo show BLUBBER, which follows her quest to reconnect with her own body through synchronised swimming, fat history and whales. This show is currently in development supported by Arts Council England and by VAULT Festival, as a member of the VAULT Five. 

 

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