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Nicola Sloane photo portrait

Nicola Sloane

For the National:


Nicola Sloane trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.


In London’s West End: A Little Night Music (also at the Menier Chocolate Factory) and Love in Idleness (also at the Menier Chocolate Factory), The Woman in Black, GH Boy, Spend Spend Spend, Martin Guerre and Les Misérables.

Other productions include: Standing at the Sky’s Edge, Flowers for Mrs Harris, My Fair Lady and Me and My Girl at Sheffield Theatres; September in the Rain and Two Cities at Salisbury Playhouse; Our Town at Regents Park; The Butterfly Lion, Flowers for Mrs Harris, Strife, Way Upstream, The Gondoliers and The Waterbabies at Chichester; Enter the Guardsman at the Donmar Warehouse; Frankenstein and To Kill a Mockingbird at the Royal Exchange, Manchester; Monsieur Popular at the Ustinov, Bath; A Chorus of Disapproval and The Beggar’s Opera at Bristol Old Vic; Whenever at the Stephen Joseph; Sweeney Todd at Theatr Clwyd; It’s a Girl at the Duke’s Playhouse, Lancaster; Acorn Antiques at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket; and The Sound of Music at the London Palladium.


Silent Witness, Gentleman Jack, Call the Midwife, Parade’s End, Holby City, Dancing on the Edge, The Long Shadow, Maigret, Home Fires and Black Mirror.


Red Joan, The Danish Girl, The Tale of Tales, London Road, Mr Turner, The Theory of Everything, Les Misérables, Broken and Season of the Witch.




(Updated January 2023. Photograph courtesy of Nicola Sloane)