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Icarus Theatre Collective

Miztli will be playing Lady Macbeth in Icarus Theatre Collective's upcoming production of Macbeth which will be touring the U.K and Ireland until 10th March. For more information on tour dates etc., click here.

The Free Association

Miztli has joined her first sketch team run by The Free Association and is looking forward to contributing to monthly shows at The Camden Comedy Room

The Soho Theatre

Miztli is looking forward to returning to The Soho Theatre Comedy Lab led by Alison Thea-Skot in December!


7th September -15th October. Miztli joins NewsReview: the world's longest-running comedy show at The Canal Cafe Theatre in London, following in the footsteps of Alistair McGowan, Bill Bailey and Sara Pascoe. Take a look at NewsReview's website by clicking here.

Dangerous Space

Miztli becomes a member of 'Dangerous Space'. Dangerous Space is an all-female Shakespeare company led by director Barbara Houseman.

Trump's Women

Miztli is interviewed on London Live for the Lily Bevan plays: Trump's Women which are being premiered at the 2017 Rada Festival. To see the interview, click here.

Christmas at Mildred's

Christmas at Mildred's comes to the 2017 Rada Festival (rehearsed reading) 5th July in the Guilgud Theatre at 7:00pm.

The Pursuit of App-iness

My one-woman comedy show heads to the 2017 Camden Fringe in August.


I am thrilled to have been cast in Dubailand; a new play by Carmen Nasr which has its world premier at the Finborough Theatre on 5 February 2017. The play explores the plight of Dubai's migrant labour force and asks how much longer we can look the other way. For detais of this and more productions visit

Creative Nights at The Miller

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In March 2015 I founded a bi-monthly scratch night at The Miller pub in London called Creative Nights. The idea is to give emerging artists of all discplines a platform to showcase their work at the early stages of development. For more details visit


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Heroine Addicts was launched in January this year and is a chat show celebrating female icons both real and fictional. Our heroines have so far included Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the Bella Twins who are well known in the world of wrestling, the American singer, songwriter, guitarist and recording artist from the 1930's and 40's: the great Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Hermione Granger (who turned out to be a heroine we had all admired since childhood) and, in contrast, the mathematician Ada Lovelace: a fascinating woman who is regarded as something of a pioneer in the history of computing but isn't that well known... Listen to our podcasts at

Christmas at Mildred's

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I love working collaboratively on new writing and devised projects and a new comedy Christmas at Mildred's which was co-written with five other RADA graduates under our company name Dolly Grip Productions was great fun to work on. It was showcased in London at The Bread and Roses and The Hen and Chickens theatres in December 2016.