Suzy Crothers

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I am a Belfast born, Margate based solo artist, writer, director and collaborator working within theatre and live performance.

I make massive hearted, multidisciplinary work that illuminates unheard stories. 

I make work for ‘Auntie Mary’, who sits in the cheapest seat and comes to see a cracking story unfold.

Fusing movement, music and storytelling, my work explores the clash between lived experiences, illusion and delusion.

If you, like me, are permanently curious, please do get in touch and whilst you're here, check out my current project,

Less Alone, More Alive

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Bio

I’m an actor/ director/ writer turned multidisciplinary performance maker. 

I’ve trained with Bryony Kimmings and Haley McGee.  I was shortlisted for The Abbey Begins workshop at The National Theatre of Ireland and Pintsized Octoberfest Playwriting competition at The Bunker Theatre, both in 2019.

Actor training at E15 (BA Acting), EACT (European Actors Continuous Training in conjunction with RADA, IIPA and The Actor’s Centre) and Director training under Di Trevis (The Workshop).

I’m an invited member of the Lincoln Centre Director Lab NYC (2014), Young Vic Springboard Group for Directors (2013) and the Tamasha Developing Writer Group (2012).  

I’ve directed other people’s work on the London fringe and have worked with writers like Brad Birch, Charlie Josephine, Izzy Tennyson, Rabiah Hussain and Harriet Madeley.  With acting, I worked in the UK and Ireland for places like The Lyric Belfast, The Lowry and BBC Radio.  My writing has been performed at venues such as The Pleasance, The Arcola, The Spoken Space and The Mac, Belfast.

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

DI TREVIS

OLIVIER AWARD WINNING DIRECTOR

“Susan has an absolutely authentic voice.” 

Latest news

My latest project is solo show ‘Less Alone, More Alive,’ which will be performed at Camden People's Theatre Sprint Festival, 19th March 2022.  https://cptheatre.co.uk/whatson/Less-Alone-More-Alive

I've just completed my final show at Open School East, a multidisciplinary art school in Margate. During this time, I have also been supported by a Develop Your Creative Practice Grant, from Arts Council England. 


I’m a grateful recipient of a Tech Fund bursary from Graeae Theatre Company and The Paul Hamlyn Foundation, which will enable me to continue developing my practice. 

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