Kirsty Cox


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Kirsty is a Bristol based actor experienced in theatre, film and radio work.

Kirsty trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Her professional theatre experience has included work with Raindog, MacRobert Productions, National Trust Theatre Projects, The Long Overdue Theatre Company, Lanternfish Theatre Company, CV Productions, London Repertory Players, Brockley Jack Studio, Chapterhouse Theatre Company, Sixth Sense Theatre Company/Salisbury Playhouse, Rain or Shine Theatre Company, The Festival Players, Theatr Iolo/Invisible Ink, Prime Theatre/Bolton Octagon and The Watermill Theatre.

In the South West, Kirsty has performed in ‘Woyzeck’ at the Tobacco Factory, ‘Medusa’, ‘The Odyssey’, ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Shakespeare’ and ‘People’s Hustings’ at Bristol Old Vic, ‘Apple John’, ‘I Believe in Unicorns’, ‘Olive and the Dream Train’ and ‘The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon’ with Theatre Alibi, ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’ and ‘A Doll’s House’ with SWAN, ‘Ray Collins Dies On Stage’ with Fallen Angel Theatre, ‘Away with the Fairies’ with Broohas Theatre Company, ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’ with Darkstuff Productions, ‘An Act of Twisting’ with Provocation Theatre Company, ‘The Snow Maiden’ and ‘Moby Dick’ with BS13 Theatre Company, ‘The Blue Bird’ with Butterfly Psyche Theatre, ‘The Bunker’ with Not Alone, ‘King John’ with Hammerpuzzle Theatre Company, ‘The Last Post’  with Kilter Theatre, ‘Lockdown’ with Theatre Royal Bath, ‘Frenchmead’, ‘Trading Local’ and ‘Frankenstein in Bath’ with Show of Strength Theatre Company, ‘Shakespeare’s Worst’ and ‘1599: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare’ with Bristol Shakespeare Festival, ‘Mary, Mary’, ‘Cake’ and ‘100 Miles North of Timbuktu’ with Theatre West and ‘Crimes on the Nile’ and ‘Crimes, Camera, Action’ with New Old Friends. She also performed the sell out one woman show, ‘Stalin’s Daughter’, written by David Lane and directed by Ed Viney for Blue Brook Productions at Tobacco Factory Theatres and on tour.

She has recorded ‘Dr Finlay: Further Adventures of a Black Bag’ for BBC Radio 4 as well as various audio books and has worked on short films and independent feature films. She has also appeared in an episode of ‘Trollied (Series 3)’ which was produced by Roughcut TV/Sky 1 and in adverts for Toolstation and Visit Wales.

In addition, she is experienced in Theatre in Education and running workshops for children and young people as well as working regularly within the Corporate sector as a roleplayer. She is also part of the improvisation group, Instant Wit, and the street theatre company, The Naturals.