Looking forward to the Three Little Pigs with Gloucestershire Symphony Orchestra tomorrow


Machinal by Sophie Treadwell. Directed by Catherine Mclean and Josh Moore.

Associate Movement Director.

Bloomsbury Theatre. 18th-20th November 2021.



Theatrephonic Anniversary episodes. Produced by Emmeline Braefield.

In The West by Emmeline Braefield. Directed by Lydia Kenny

Q by Lydia Kenny. Directed by Emmeline Braefield

Private Investigator by Barbara Jennings. Directed by Emmeline Braefield. Saxophones and Laura Tierney played by Lydia Kenny.

Theatrephonic. August 2021

Chameleon (audio documentary). Produced and directed by Lydia Kenny.

Winner of the Rising Award at the HearSay Audio Prize 2021 

Played at the HearSay International Audio Festival May 2021

Listen here

An Orange in the Subway by Owen Thomas. Directed by Lydia Kenny. Produced by Lydia Kenny and Mica Williams.

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. Directed by Lydia Kenny. Produced by Lydia Kenny and Cat on a Piano.

Theatrephonic. January 2021

Live on the Drive! 

A 10-week street concert series during the 2020 summer lockdown.

Lydia collaborated and performed with pianist Damian Kenny and dancer Zoe Turner.

April-June 2020

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess. Directed by Srishti Chakrabourghty

Assistant Director and Movement Director: Nominated for Best Individual Contributor to the Arts, UCL 2020

Bloomsbury Theatre, 5th-7th March 2020. Winner Best Bloomsbury Production 2020

Wanker Magic by Paul Stoyle. Directed by Lydia Kenny.

Rehearsed Reading, The Other Room. April 2019

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

Training and other skills

Lydia trained with the Young Actor's Studio at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Youth Artists' Festival, The Other Room Theatre, Cardiff. 2019, and National Youth Theatre 2019.

Stage Combat: Advanced Actor-Combatant with Academy of Performance Combat (APC)

Advanced weapons: Unarmed, Knife, Small Sword, Rapier & Cloak, Rapier & Dagger, Axe, Broadsword & Axe, Broadsword & Shield, Gladius and Shield, Staff.

Lydia is a member of the MC_Combat Fight team and is represented by Take 3 Action Agency


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.

Other skills

British Sign Language Level 1 2019

TEFL 120 hour Premier Course 2020. Tutor, Team Liaison and training lead with Opportutoring since 2020.