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About Liz Richardson
Liz has a BA Honours in Acting from East 15 Acting School, London. She has since moved back to the North West.
Whilst living in London, she was an active member of actor-led, improvisational theatre company The Factory, creating & performing widely, including at The Globe, Southwark Playhouse, Soho Theatre, Hampstead Theatre and on BBC radio.
Liz dabbled with stand-up comedy and enjoyed notable success as a semi-finalist in Soho Theatre’s Comedy Competition, from which she was invited to appear with Amused Moose (BBC) and at The Hackney Empire alongside Jenny Eclair.
Liz was a supported artist at HOME Manchester, where she also opened and ran the regular engagement strand Mothers Who Make, a national initiative offering peer to peer support for artist-mothers of any discipline.
At the start of 2020, Liz set up her own production company. Liz is passionate about creating pieces of theatre based around community and working collaboratively with other theatre practitioners and creatives.
Liz lives in the Peak District with her husband, kids, cat & dog. Liz runs a children's music class, playgroup, youth club and does youth work with the local primary schools.