Theatre includes: Much Ado about Nothing (Watford Palace); Spider’s Web (Mill at Sonning); James Graham’s Monster Raving Loony (Theatre Royal Plymouth/ Soho Theatre); Sadie in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Birmingham Rep); Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest (Nottingham Playhouse); Nurse Marta Boll in The Physicists (Donmar); Mrs Malaprop in The Rivals, Daisy in Spring and Port Wine and The Countess of Brockenhurst in The Admirable Crichton (New Vic Stoke); Mrs Purdy in The Daughter in Law (Watford Palace); The Wife in The Biggleswades (Southwark Playhouse); Eugenie in The Waltz of The Toreadors (Chichester); Nurse in Romeo and Juliet (Northcott Exeter); Sylvie in Stepping Out (York Theatre Royal); Grete in The Chair Women (UK and European Tour); Rosie in Love Me Slender (Orange Tree); Fat Mags in the award winning play Fat Souls (Warehouse Theatre Croydon).
Television includes: Cheat, The Windsor’s Royal Wedding Special, Coronation Street, Man Down, We The Jury, Uncle, The Tunnel, Mr Selfridge, Law and Order UK, Boomers, Siblings, Doctors, Holby City, Taking The Flak, Phoneshop, Dancing on the Edge, Mrs Biggs, Bad Girls, Fifteen Storeys High, Jonathan Creek, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Sir Gadabout, John Mortimer's Titmuss Regained and Julian Mitchell's Screen Two film Survival of The Fittest.
Film includes: Girl Unscripted, Their Finest, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Criminal, Pauline, Kid Gloves, In the Loop, Dreams of a Life, The Infidel, Little Dorrit, Under Suspicion, The Fool.
Radio includes: Ed Reardon’s Week, The Exorcist, Votes For Women, The Archers, Mr Bridger’s Orphan, Up The Junction, Georgy Girl, The Author of Himself. When the Dog Dies, My Blue Heaven, Me and Joe, Weekending, A Square of One's Own, House of The Spirit Levels, Kate and Cindy, Do Nothing ‘Till You Hear From Me, Nigel and Earl Sort Out the World, Rent, Harry Hill's Fruit Corner, three series of Double Income No Kids Yet, and two series of Three Off The Tee.