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Hello! I'm Georgie (she/they), and I'm an actor, theatre practitioner, and educator originally from Chester and now based in Birmingham. I am queer and disabled, and improving accessibility to the arts is central to my work. Here, you can find more about me, my past work, and what I can do for your next project.
Rickety Fidgets' Storybook
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After our tour got cancelled due to the coronavirus lockdown earlier this year, we decided to transform our lovely new show, Moonhead (or Finding the Best Route Back to the Sky in One Day or Less), into an interactive Zoom performance! We had such a great time that we decided Moonhead deserves a fresh lease of life - so we turned the play into a storybook! Our online version of the book is now live at ricketyfidgets.com/storybook and you can order a physical copy by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org - check it out!
Rickety Fidgets' 'The Masked Femme'
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We're going to be on stage! Aidan's play 'The Masked Femme' was selected for development by the Unity Theatre, Liverpool. We're currently in our R&D with rehearsals in June and July before our performance on 23rd July in Liverpool - which you can buy tickets for (or watch online after 23rd July) here! https://www.unitytheatreliverpool.co.uk/whats-on/the-masked-femme/
Lamp - dabbling in drag
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I love drag, and it's been a while since I had a project that's just for me. I created Lamp - an anthropomorphic sexy lighting fixture - so I could bedroom-drag all my troubles away. It's super fun to make silly costumes, practice wild make up looks and then prat about a bit. It's keeping me sane...I think...
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