Bloody Elle (which she created) at the Lyric, Soho Theatre, the Royal Exchange and the Traverse; The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 and The Hired Man at Queen’s, Hornchurch; 71 Coltman Street and Oliver Twist at Hull Truck; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth and Twelfth Night at Wilton’s Music Hall; The Comedy of Errors at Shakespeare’s Globe; Seagulls at Bolton Octagon; Educating Rita on UK tour; Treasure Island at the New Vic; Bread and Roses, Up n’ Under, Oh! What a Lovely War and Dreamers at Oldham Coliseum; Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain at the Garrick, Sydney Opera House and on Australasia tour; UK tours of Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, Horrible Histories – Awful Egyptians and Ruthless Romans; Horrible Christmas at The Lowry; Frankenstein at Salisbury Playhouse; Romeo and Juliet at the Watermill; and The Worst Witch at the Vaudeville.
Includes The Midwich Cuckoos, Doctors, EastEnders, Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show and Emmerdale.
The Holden Street Theatres Edinburgh Fringe Award and nomination for a WhatsOnStage Award for Bloody Elle
In 2022 Lauryn Redding was selected to join the BBC Studios Writers’ Academy and has stage and screen projects in development.