Pandora Colin trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
For the National Theatre: Dear Octopus, After the Dance, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour, Some Trace of Her and Women of Troy
In London’s West End: Stephen and the Sexy Partridge
Other theatre includes: Antigone and Our Town at Regent’s Park; Bach & Sons at the Bridge; 8 Hotels at Chichester; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Julius Caesar and The Country Wife at Sheffield Crucible; No Particular Order, Top Trumps and Natural Selection at Theatre503; Beginners at the Unicorn; The Vote at the Donmar; The Dark Earth and the Light Sky and The House of Bernarda Alba at the Almeida; Avocado at King’s Head; If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet and 66 Books at the Bush; Kindertransport and The Kiss at Hampstead; You Might as Well Live at Pleasance, Edinburgh and New End Theatre; Much Ado About Nothing at Salisbury Playhouse; and Design for Living and Fight for Barbara at Theatre Royal Bath
Andor, Eric, Flatshare, Tom Jones, Master of None, Chernobyl, Count Arthur Strong, Delicious, Penny Dreadful, Toast of London, Mr Selfridge and Black Books
Earwig and the Witch, Aftermath, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, The Lady in the Van, The Innocence of Memories, I Give It a Year, A Bunch of Amateurs and Run, Fat Boy, Run
Words and Music – Gratitude, Mueller-Trump Tower Moscow, The Amateur Marriage and The Art of Deception
Pandora Colin also performs cabaret as drag king, Ray Jissues.
(Published February 2024.)