Siobhan studied at Royal Holloway University of London (First Class Honours, graduating in 2004); she then trained as an actor at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama; Siobhan completed her Masters at RADA, graduating in late 2013. Siobhan now works as a writer, performer and acting coach and is part of Huntley Street Theatre Company (an all female theatre company of RADA graduates). She has worked extensively in theatre throughout the UK and in Europe for over 10 years.


Since graduating from RADA, Siobhan has specialised in writing, producing and performing her own work including Scratch Me, I Bleed (co-written with Huntley Street Theatre and commissioned by Camden People's Theatre Festival of Feminism and for Tiny Dog Productions 2013), Laqueum (co-written with Huntley Street Theatre at Camden People's Theatre and The Rag Factory 2014) as performer, composer and musical director, Sleep a short film (directed by Butchy Davy 2015), Mirrors (a one woman show, written and performed by Siobhan for the Fundamental Monodrama Festival in Europe 2015 directed by Anne Simon, Mirrors at Camden People's Theatre Festival of Feminism in 2015 directed by Jesse Raiment of Huntley Street Theatre Company and then Mirrors re-developed for a sell out/over-capacity run at The Rosemary Branch Theatre in February 2016 produced and perfromed by Siobhan); There is No Failure. Only Feedback (a 5 hander, a dark comedy, written, produced and with the role of Madison performed by Siobhan at The Rosemary Branch Theatre in August 2015 to critical acclaim) and new Short Film K (in production late 2016) and feature film La Mouette (co-written with Butchy Davy, now in post-production). Siobhan is currently writing her next feature length play a surrealist black comedy which is a sequel to Mirrors, called Woman in a Hotel Room and is about to put Mirrors back up (due to popular demand for a run in July).



Other theatre has included seasons at the National Theatre of Luxembourg with roles including The Cleaning Woman in David Mamet's Squirrels, Lulu in Shopping and Fucking and Alison in Look Back in Anger; Sadlers Wells in Rufus Wainwright's Prima Donna; Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory in Love's Labour's Lost, Titus Andronicus and Much Ado About Nothing; Yelena in Uncle Vanya, Shiva in Nine Days They Fell, Lucy in The Threepenny Opera, and Olivia in Twelfth Night, all at RADA; Orange Woman in Bacchanalia at the Ancient Messene Festival in Greece and at RADA; A Walk in the Sahara at Arcola Studio; tours with The Young Shakespeare Company as Lady Macbeth; Lady Anne, Titania and Ophelia; A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Wycombe Swan; several productions with Baseless Fabric Theatre Company including Annabella in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, Castiza in The Revenger's Tragedy and Miranda in The Tempest; Hippolita in 'Tis Pity at Bristol Old Vic Studio, Beth in Merrily We Roll Along at The New Theatre, Cardiff; Mitzi in An Absolute Turkey and Masha in Three Sisters, both at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and as a model for Rockins Silken Finery. She has also recently featured in Mansions by Face + Heel; Too Close to Heaven, A Song For You and She Got Hold of Me by The Confederate Dead.


Siobhan is an accomplished LAMDA teacher, drama coach and director with over 70 students ranging from 8 to adult. She writes and directs productions with The Playing Space youth theatre company and The Playing Space Actors' Company who recently performed their first feature devised play Last Orders to a sell-out audience at The Finchley Youth Theatre (2016). She also tutors professional actors and drama school hopefuls.


Siobhan is an accomplished musician and has composed and musical directed at RADA for Nine Days They Fell and Bacchanalia at the Ancient Festival of Messene and RADA and for Huntley Street Theatre for Scratch Me I Bleed (Camden People's Theatre and Tiny Dog Productions), and for Laqueum (Camden People's Theatre and the RAG Factory).