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: Hamlet, The Crucible, Jack Absolute Flies Again and The Father and the Assassin.
Dialect work includes: Standing at the Sky’s Edge, The Father and the Assassin, All of Us and Our Generation
Other dialect work includes: Richard III for Liverpool Playhouse and The Rose, Kingston; and Brilliant Jerks at the Southwark Playhouse.
As an actor, work includes: The Black Album and The Hour we Knew Nothing of Each Other at the National Theatre; Fireworks at the Royal Court; and Temple at the Donmar Warehouse.
Dialect work includes Sisters.
As an actor: Conversations with Friends, Salisbury Poisonings and The Bastard Son and the Devil Himself.
(Updated April 2023)