Hannah has worked as a professional actress and facilitator for the past six years. She has been teaching and facilitating drama based workshops to a variety of classes, including primary school children, teenagers and adults with learning difficulties, often combining music, dance, puppetry, art and physical theatre within her workshops.
Hannah has worked for a number of companies including running evening classes for The Young Actor's Company in Cambridge and creating and facilitating history, anti-bullying and communication skills workshops in primary schools with Perform. She has toured various forum theatre pieces to London secondary schools, tackling awareness within specific issues such as domestic violence and knife crime.
As a committed member of community theatre, she has acted in and directed several TIE productions with Actability, a theatre company for adults with learning disabilities. Her work includes Wake Up Don Quixote, Rumbling Tummy and most recently Dramaquarium, designing individual performances inside hydrotherapy pools, for PMLD students.
Hannah is a strong believer in the performing arts and its capacity to allow children and adults of all abilities to grow as individuals. Not only does performance allow their voices to be heard but encourages them to work as a team.
Hannah has performed in our First Theatre tour Journey to the Centre of the Brain, in 2014.