BRASS by Benjamin Till. Musical Director - Lucas Bailey.
Musician (violin and tenor saxophone)
Cheltenham Everyman. May 2021.
Chameleon - short audio documentary piece produced by Lydia Kenny.
Winner of the Rising Award at the HearSay Audio Prize 2021
Played at the HearSay International Audio Festival May 2021.
Orchid Fields by Barbara Jennings, directed by Emmeline Braefield.
Lydia plays D.S. Casey.
Theatrephonic. May 2021.
An Orange in the Subway by Owen Thomas, directed by Lydia Kenny
VAULT Video Club in immersive 360 degree video, 4th-7th March 2021.
VAULT Festival 2020, 25th February - 1st March 2020. Nominated for 'Best Origins' award for week 5.
Rehearsed Reading at Wales Millennium Centre, September 2019
The Other Room, Young Artists Festival, April 2019
Hoping for Butterflies by Lydia Kenny
Theatrephonic. January 2021
On Air! Directed by Su Colverd
Curious Move Theatre Company, tour of 35 private gardens, Cheltenham Playhouse, Chapel Arts, Stroud Theatre Festival
Bacchus Reborn by Emmeline Braefield.
Lydia plays Michaela.
Theatrephonic. October 2020
Murder in Mind by Emmeline Braefield.
Lydia plays Isabella Radcliffe.
Theatrephonic. September 2020
Sleepy Hollow: The Musical by Jim Christian and Tom Edward Clark. Musical Director: Lucas Bailey.
Cheltenham Everyman/ Rococo Gardens. August 2020
Vasilisa R&D with Curious Move Theatre Company.
July 2020, composer
Live on the Drive!
A 10 week concert series for the local street during the 2020 summer lockdown.
Lydia collaborated and performed with pianist Damian Kenny and dancer Zoe Turner.
Assistant Director, Movement Director. Nominated for Best Individual Contributor to the Arts, UCL 2019/2020
Bloomsbury Theatre, 5th-7th March 2020. Winner Best Bloomsbury Production 2019/2020
When the Rain Stops Falling by Andrew Bovall. Directed by Fi Ross. Musical Director: Simon Turner.
Musician (violin and saxophones)
Red Dog Theatre Company, South West Tour. September-October 2019
The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Directed by Kate Raw
Stroud Shakespeare Festival, The Dell RSC. June/August 2019
Scarlett Pimpernel Directed by Kirstie Davis
Actor-Musician (violin, saxophones and percussion)
Cheltenham Everyman. July 2019
Wanker Magic by Paul Stoyle. Directed by Lydia Kenny.
Rehearsed Reading, The Other Room. April 2019
Shoulder to Shoulder Directed by Fi Ross
Croome Court. May 2018
Gloucestershire Symphony Orchestra Children’s Concert Series. Conductor: Glyn Oxley.
Red Riding Hood. Music by Robert Patterson and words by Roald Dahl.
Three Little Pigs. Music by Robert Patterson and words by Roald Dahl.
Lieutenant Kijé. Music by Sergueï Prokofiev and words by Lydia Kenny.
Director, narrator and soloist
Stroud Subrooms, Cheltenham Town Hall, 2017-2018 concert season
Robinson Directed by Mathilde Lopez
Give It a Name Theatre, Chapter Arts. May 2019
School of Music: Live! Devised by the company
Cheltenham Music and Literature Festivals, St. Georges, Bristol, Bath Children’s Literature Festival, Barnes Children’s Literature Festival
Journey of Trilice RWCMD
What I Go to School For-The Busted Musical. Directed by Steven Dexter
Brighton Theatre Royal YMTUK 2017
Macbeth Directed by Stuart Harvey
Actor-Musician and ensemble
Edinburgh Fringe Festival YMTUK 2016
Harvest Fire. Directed by Lewis Barfoot
Aberdeen International Youth Festival YMTUK 2015
Lydia trained with the Young Actor's Studio at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
She studied singing (Estill Method) with Tim Richards.
Stage Combat: Academy of Performance Combat (APC)
Advanced: Unarmed, Knife (Rec), Axe, Rapier and Cloak, Broadsword and Axe, Broadsword and Shield.
Lydia holds Distinctions in RAD Intermediate Ballet, RAD Grade 8 Ballet and ISTD Intermediate Tap.
She was on the National Youth Dance Wales Step Up programme 2017/18 for ballet and contemporary dance with Kerry Nicholls. She was a South West Young Choreographer 2018.
British Sign Language Level 1 2019
TEFL 120 hour Premier Course