Jannah Warlow – Actor, Singer and Musician

Actor, Singer, Circus – Musician

Jannah Warlow: Actor, singer and musician


”Warlow’s singing voice is still the prettiest to grace the…stage”

York Evening Press

”Warlow’s Nico had a fabulously dark-voiced German accent”

York Evening Press

”Jannah Warlow’s Starbuck is reserved, but equally tortured…a very fine performance indeed”

Venue Magazine

”A two-hander, Tender Napalm is performed to perfection by Matthew Bulgo and Jannah Warlow…. Bulgo and Warlow are thoroughly engaging throughout and both bring great depth to their characters….Warlow also demonstrates that she has a beautifully haunting singing voice that is a pleasure to listen to.”

The Public Reviews



A bit about me:

As an actor, I trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama gaining a BA (Hons) in Acting in 2007. I have since worked in theatre, circus and education in the UK and internationally.

Most recently I have been working on critically acclaimed composer and performer Verity Standen’s projects, HUG and MmmHmmm.

As a musician I sing, play tenor sax and violin.

I am adaptable and quick to learn new skills, aswell as having a solid foundation in classical theatre and new writing.

I am currently in the process of developing a music theatre piece inspired by a family connection with a settled Roma village in Serbia – more info here: https://babasong.wordpress.com/


Jannah’s Skills include:

Song writing/composition

– Musical devising and improvisation

– Rap/spoken word

– Excellent ear for accents

– Fluent German 

– Public Speaking

– Workshop leading/facilitating (particularly singing)

– Devising

– Outdoor performance

– Clowning

– Puppetry

– Children’s Theatre

Jannah sings solo, together, fronting and backing and is available for gigs, workshops, individual lessons and collaborations.

To hear samples of Jannah’s singing follow this link: https://soundcloud.com/jannah-warlow/jannahmix



Orchestra Pirouette

Portfolio image: Jannah Warlow - Orchestra Pirouette
Based between the UK and France, Pirouette is a cross-channel collective playing dub, reggae, balkan, afro beat and ska. Jannah sings, plays sax and is Pirouette’s most treasured ragga queen.

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Welsh Premier of Tender Napalm

Portfolio image: Jannah Warlow - Actor, Singer and Musician - Welsh Premier of Tender Napalm
Jannah Warlow played the part of the Woman in this production with Company of Sirens at Chapter Arts Centre. It is the first time the worked of acclaimed British playwright Philip Ridley has been performed in Wales, with Ridley hosting a Qu0026A session on the opening night. As a two-hander, Jannah is thrilled to have been part of this raw, exciting and challenging play.

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Portfolio image: Jannah Warlow - Actor, Singer and Musician - MmmHmmm
Mmm Hmmm is a playful, poignant musical journey shaped by three exceptional female voices jumping between sound worlds and lyrical styles.rnrnUsing intricate vocal techniques and rich harmony, Mmm Hmmm holds a magnifying glass up to snapshots of everyday life. One moment a fragile apology, the next a perilous trip to the First Great Western buffet car…Verity Standen’s original acapella songs evoke the awkward, heartrending and hilarious moments that characterise what it means to be human.rnJannah joined the MmmHmmm team in Jan 2016 and spent the year touring the show nationally.

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Portfolio image: Jannah Warlow - Actor, Singer and Musician - Medusa
A brand new legend inspired by Greek myths, this Bristol Old Vic production of Medusa is high-octane storytelling theatre at its best. From the creators of sell-out success Minotaur, this is an exhilarating family show perfect for ages 7 years and older.rnJannah played the roles of Medusa and Hyppolita.

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The Lumberjills

Portfolio image: Jannah Warlow - Actor, Singer and Musician - The Lumberjills
The Lumberjills takes place in a woodland glade and tells the stories of the women who worked in Britain’s forestry trade during the Second World War. We invite you to step into a 1940s world of gramophones, tree felling and tea dances. This is a poetic and dramatic celebration of the lives of the unsung heroines of the forest’s past.

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