Far From the Madding Crowd

Mark Healy

Far From the Madding Crowd

Cleo Sylvestre

Theatre includes: I.D., Desire (Almeida); Can’t Pay Won’t Pay, Blood Brothers (Bubble Theatre);  The Good Woman of Setzuan, The National Health (NT); The White Devil, Peer Gynt, Much Ado About Nothing, Mephisto, The Crucible (Oxford Playhouse); Antony and Cleopatra, Othello, Macbeth (also Mexican Tour), Scapino (also Broadway) (Young Vic); Divine Words, Twelfth Night, Aladdin (BAC); The Ride Down Mount Morgan (Derby); The House of Bernarda Alba, (The Brix); Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?(Brighton); To Kill a Mockingbird (York);  Stepping Out (The Mill at Sonning).

Her one-woman show, The Marvellous Adventures of Mary Seacole, has been performed at various venues including Bowhill Theatre, The National Portrait Gallery, Museum of London, The House of Lords, Florence Nightingale Museum and Rosemary Branch Theatre.

TV includes: Doctors; New Tricks; The Armando Ianucci Show; Chambers; Grange Hill; Tube Tales; Happy Families; Crossroads and classics such as Cathy Come Home, Up The Junction and presenting Playschool.

Film includes: The Curry Club for Isaac Julien; Vagabondia (Turner Prize Shortlist 2001); Three; The Conservator’s Dream; The Attendant. Other Films: Kidulthood; The Love Child.

Radio includes: Home: Everybody Who Ever Lived In Our House and Laughter In Leningrad (BBC Radio 4).

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