Lauryn Redding

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Lauryn is an writer, composer and actor. She will star as Nikki in the West End transfer of Olivier Award-winning musical Standing At The Sky’s Edgefrom 8th Feb 2024.

As writer, composer and performer her debut play Bloody Elle recently ran at the Lyric Theatre in the West End following a run at the Soho Theatre in July 2023. Having re-opened the Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre in June 2021 before transferring to the Traverse Theatre in 2022, it won the Holden Street Theatres Edinburgh Fringe Award.

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Lauryn is an writer, composer and actor. She will star as Nikki in the West End transfer of Olivier Award-winning musical Standing At The Sky’s Edgefrom 8th Feb 2024.

As writer, composer and performer her debut play Bloody Elle recently ran at the Lyric Theatre in the West End following a run at the Soho Theatre in July 2023. Having re-opened the Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre in June 2021 before transferring to the Traverse Theatre in 2022, it won the Holden Street Theatres Edinburgh Fringe Award.

In 2022 Lauryn was selected to join the BBC Studios Writers’ Academy and has literary work in development.

She was nominated for Best Composer, Lyricist or Book Writer for Bloody Elle in the 2022 Stage Debut Awards.

Selected stage credits include: The Worst Witch (Vaudeville Theatre); The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4, The Hired Man (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch); 71 Coltman Street, Oliver Twist (Hull Truck); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Twelfth Night (Wilton’s Music Hall); Seagulls (Bolton Octagon); Educating Rita, Treasure Island (New Vic); Bread and Roses, Up N’ Under, Oh! What A Lovely War, Dreamers (Oldham Coliseum); Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain (Garrick Theatre, Sydney Opera House & Australia Tour); Twelfth Night, Romeo & Juliet, Horrible Histories – Awful Egyptians & Ruthless Romans (UK Tours); Horrible Christmas (The Lowry); Frankenstein (Salisbury Playhouse); Romeo & Juliet (Watermill Theatre); The Winter’s Tale, She Stoops To Conquer, An August Bank Holiday Lark (Northern Broadsides); Alice’s Adventures Underground (The Vaults); Numb (Arcola Theatre); The Wind In The Willows (Leeds Playhouse); Shhh (Theatre503); The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare’s Glove); Tall Tales (Theatr Clwyd).

Screen credits include: The Midwich Cuckoos (Sky); Doctors. EastEnders, Lee Neldon’s Well Good Show (BBC); Emmerdale (ITV).

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