Branwen

Pauline will be performing at the 2018 Scottish Storytelling Festival in October with Michael Harvey. They will be doing their version of the story of Branwen which they did at St. Donat's for Beyond the Border just a few weeks ago. You can find the advanced programme for the festival here.

 

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Pauline has a performance background in both acting and singing, having worked in fringe and community theatre in London, the South East of England and Wales, including a performance tour of Wales directed by Meredith Monk.

 

She has  worked on many diverse productions as musical director, including large scale community shows in Banbury and Orkney and for several years directed Toucan Theatre, a theatre project in London integrating performers with and without disabilities. 

 

She has performed in folk bands playing piano accordion and Irish whistle and currently mainly performs as a singer.

 

Most recent performance projects include:

Adlais – a story and song show with Michael Harvey.

The Conran Poetry Chorus – performing the poems of Tony Conran

The Chalk Circle Collective - performing songs from 'The Caucasian Chalk Circle' (music Kirsty Martin).

CWTCH commissioned for Gwanwyn Festival 10th Birthday celebrations. A vocal harmony piece using the words of older people in care homes and designed to be shared intimately with older people and their carers.

 

Pauline is thrilled to be now performing with an innovative movement theatre company called Good News from the Future, directed by the highly acclaimed Mike Pearson.

 

“Diolch o galon Pauline, thank you to you and Michael for a wonderful magical experience for myself and my girls tonight we enjoyed it so much… it was a truely memorable evening that I will treasure, thank you”

 

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