get to know us
- meet the creative team -
We launched Spinning Wheel Theatre in 2011, and we’ve always been committed to touring across East Anglia visiting village and town halls, arts centres and theatres with our professional productions.
Alongside our touring work, we run education and engagement projects with young people and community groups. With each project we create, we work with a talented group of collaborators including actors, creatives, facilitators, craftspeople and industry mentors.
We also work in partnership with wonderful local ambassadors who help us to share our work with audiences across the region.
We are an associate company of the Mercury Theatre in Colchester.
- Registered charity no. 1170509 -
After training in Technical Theatre at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Becca worked as a stage manager at the Donmar Warehouse, Hampstead Theatre, The Old Vic, the Royal Shakespeare Company and in the West End including shows for Stephen Poliakoff and Trevor Nunn.
Since moving to Suffolk, Becca has worked as a freelance stage manager, set designer and drama practitioner, and she is Spinning Wheel Theatre's producer.
Amy trained at Drama Studio London after completing her degree in Drama at The University of Hull. She has worked as a director, writer, actress, drama facilitator and lecturer.
She works across East Anglia, creating a wide variety of projects and productions including for Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Sheringham Little Theatre, Shakespeare Schools Festival and Cambridge Junction.
Amy is Spinning Wheel Theatre’s artistic director.
Lucy is part of Spinning Wheel Theatre's Aspiring Artists programme.
Lucy graduated from the RADA Foundation Course in Acting in 2016 and is now back in Suffolk, most recently co-directing Bring Out Your Dead's production of Covenant and working as production assistant on A Christmas Carol.
Bekkie trained as an actor at Central School of Speech & Drama, specialising in Collaborative and Devised theatre.
Bekkie is a professional actor and has worked extensively as a theatre practitioner with young people and community groups in Suffolk.