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Coliseum Sessions: Lauryn Redding

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Thursday 30 April, 7pm on Instagram Live

Join actor and musician Lauryn Redding for a free gig on Instagram Live.

Last seen on the Coliseum stage with an award-nominated performance in the heartrending hit musical The Hired Man (co-produced with Queens Theatre Hornchurch and Hull Truck Theatre), Lauryn will be playing an acoustic gig live on the Coliseum’s Instagram account, featuring a mix of original songs, covers and songs from previous Coliseum productions.

As well as The Hired Man (2019), Coliseum audiences will recognise Lauryn from the theatre’s productions of Bread & Roses (2018), Up ‘N’ Under (2017), Oh What A Lovely War (2017) and Dreamers (2015). She also came to the Coliseum with Northern Broadsides’ productions of The Winter’s Tale and An August Bank Holiday Lark.

Alongside skill and talent in acting and singing, Lauryn plays eight musical instruments. She is currently in the process of writing a one-woman musical.

 

Lauryn Redding biography

Lauryn trained at Rose Bruford College.

Theatre credits include: Seagulls (Octagon Theatre Bolton); The Worst Witch (Vaudeville Theatre, West End); The Hired Man (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, Oldham Coliseum Theatre and Hull Truck Theatre); Oliver Twist (Hull Truck Theatre); Educating Rita (UK Tour); Midsummer Night’s Dream; Macbeth and Twelfth Night (Wilton's Music Hall); Bread & Roses; Up 'N' Under; Oh What A Lovely War and Dreamers (Oldham Coliseum Theatre); Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night (The Watermill Theatre); Horrible Histories- Horrible Christmas (The Lowry); Frankenstein (Salisbury Playhouse); Treasure Island and Peter Pan in Scarlet (New Vic Theatre/Oxford Playhouse); An August Bank Holiday Lark;  She Stoops to Conquer and The Winter’s Tale (Northern Broadsides); The Comedy Of Errors (Shakespeare’s Globe and UK/European Tour); Alice’s Adventures Underground (Waterloo Vaults); Horrible Histories - Barmy Britain & Barmy Britain Part Two (Garrick Theatre, West End/UK and Australian Tour); Wind In The Willows (West Yorkshire Playhouse); King Lear and Different Buttons (Red Rose Chain); The Enough Project (The Lowry); Shhh (Theatre 503); Numb (Arcola Theatre) and Tall Tales (Theatr Clywd).

Television credits include: EastEnders (BBC); Emmerdale (ITV) and Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show (BBC Three).

 


This Instagram Live event has now passed. A video of the performance is available to view on the Coliseum's Instagram profile via this link.

 

 

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