Bridgitta Roy


Theatre includes: Henry VI Part One, King John, The Whip (RSC), Queen Margaret (Royal Exchange Manchester), Dido Queen Of Carthage (RSC), Still Ill (Kandinsky Theatre), The Revenger’s Tragedy (Hoxton Hall), Invisible (Transport Theatre) Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare’s Globe), Gaddafi: A Living Myth (ENO), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The American Pilot (RSC), Jack and the Beanstalk (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Macbeth (Chester Gateway), Arabian Nights (Dukes Lancaster), The Glass Slipper (Southwark Playhouse), Tall Storeys (Lyric Hammersmith), Lords and Ladies (London Bubble), The Sea That Blazed, Safar (Made in Wales), Three Birds Alighting on a Field (Manchester Festival), La Gioconda (Edinburgh Festival)

Television includes: Ten Percent (Amazon Prime), McDonald & Dodds (ITV), Before We Die (Channel 4), Trying (Apple TV), Eastenders, Holby City, Casualty (BBC)

Film includes: The Swimmers (Netflix/Working Title), Home (Ayittey/Atwal Productions), Bass Odyssey (Channel 4/NFTS), Loose Change (Working Title/RCA), Purcell (Channel 4)

Released in 2022/23: Radio drama (Big Finish Productions), Whitstable Pearl (Acorn TV), You & Me (ITV) and the horror film Stopmotion (Bluelight) directed by Robert Morgan