The Actor

Annie’s theatre career began in 2001 when Iron Horse retired. Having always hankered after an opportunity to perform in theatre, she now fills a niche that not many female actors/musicians can- combining her instrumental skills and passion for Scottish music in many productions, and very often she is employed purely for her acting talent alone.
She has a passion for traditional Scottish music, but is equally at home crossing genres, infusing her repertoire with jazz and blues. Her depth of talent, her musicality and her captivating, warm, earthy voice combined with her love of performing, shines through with an infectious energy.

Shows to date:
  • Para Handy (Eden Court/Open Book Productions 2011)
  • The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart (National Theatre of Scotland 2011)
  • Thank God for John Muir (Play, Pie and a pint 2011)
  • Pinocchio (M.D) (Arches theatre 2010)
  • Jacobite Country (Dogstar theatre 2010)
  • Peter Pan (National Theatre of Scotland 2010)
  • Cyrano De Bergerac (Play, Pie and a Pint 2009)
  • Tam O’Shanter (Perth theatre /Communicado 2009)
  • The Accidental Death of an Accordionist (Right lines Productions 2008)
  • Tir an Nog (Play, Pie and a Pint Tour 2007)
  • The Heretic’s Tale (Dogstar Theatre 2006)
  • Story Nation (Dumfries and Galloway Arts 2005)
  • Poker Alice (Play, Pie and a pint 2004)
  • Miniatures (theatre collective@highland 2004)
  • Mum’s the Word (Robert C Kelly Productions 2003)
  • Homers (Traverse Theatre 2002)
  • The Celtic story (Wildcat Theatre 2002)
  • The Wedding (Right lines Productions 2002)
  • The Accidental Death of an Accordionist (Right lines Productions 2001/2002)
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