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Shereen Ibrahim


Shereen Ibrahim trained as an actor at RADA and as a voice and dialect coach at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.


For the National Theatre: company voice work includes Underdog: The Other Other Brontë (also Northern Stage), Dear Octopus, Dear England, Dixon and Daughters, The Odyssey, Hamlet, The Crucible, Jack Absolute Flies Again and The Father and the Assassin (also dialect work); dialect work includes Standing at the Sky’s Edge, All of Us and Our Generation; acting work includes The Black Album and The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other

Other theatre includes: company voice work includes Hir (also dialect work) at Park Theatre; Mom, How Did You Meet the Beatles? (also dialect work) and The Jungle Book at Chichester; and Wishmas for Secret Cinema; dialect work includes The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse at the Unicorn; Richard III for Liverpool Playhouse and the Rose, Kingston; and Brilliant Jerks at the Southwark Playhouse; acting work includes Fireworks at the Royal Court; and Temple at the Donmar


as dialect coach, includes Sisters and as an actor, Conversations with Friends, Salisbury Poisonings and The Bastard Son and the Devil Himself




(Updated March 2024.)