Amy Mae

Amy Mae trained at RADA

For the National: Rockets and Blue Lights

In London's West End: Sweeney Todd

Other work includes: seven methods of killing kylie jenner at the Royal Court; Half BreedThe Lounge and I’m Not Here Right Now at the Soho; The Playboy of the Western World at the Gaiety and the Lyric Belfast; There are No Beginnings at Leeds Playhouse; Two Trains Running for the Royal & Derngate, English Touring Theatre and RTST; Sense of Time at Birmingham Royal Ballet; Noises Off at Lyric Hammersmith; The Memory of Water at Nottingham Playhouse; The Trick at the Bush and on UK tour; Wild East and Start Swimming (also Summerhall, Edinburgh) at the Young Vic; Hansel & Gretel at the Rose, Kingston; The Fisherman at New Perspectives, Edinburgh Fringe, Arcola, West End and on UK tour; The Exploded Circus at the Pavilion, Worthing; Three Sat under the Banyan Tree at Polka, the Belgrade and on UK tour; About Leo at Jermyn Street; Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok at the Royal Exchange and on UK tour; Br'er Cotton at Theatre503; Othello and Jekyll and Hyde for the National Youth Theatre; The Host at The Yard and St James’ Church Piccadilly; The Ugly One at Park Theatre; Babette's Feast at The Print Room; Wordsworth at Theatre by the Lake; Paradise of the Assassins at Tara Arts; Miniaturists 55 at the Arcola; Orphans at Southwark Playhouse; Liolà at the New Diorama; Children in Uniform and Punk Rock at Tristan Bates; Three Sisters at the Cockpit; Sweeney Todd at Barrow Street Theatre, New York; ‘Cat Couture’ music video; and the lighting installation for the Conran Shop Christmas window.
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Sweeney Todd – Knight of Illumination Award, Drama Desk Award and nomination for a Lucille Lortel Award

Babette's Feast – Offie nomination

Amy Mae was shortlisted for the Arts Foundation Award in 2018. 

(Published August 2021)