Amanda trained at The Webber Douglas Academy in London.
Theatre roles include: Rose in Lucy Kirkwood’s The Children, Alice in Florian Zeller’s The Lie, Pamela Peabody in Ken Ludwig’s Fox on the Fairway, Mimi in A.R. Gurney’s Black Tie, Charlotte Payne-Townshend in John Morogiello’s Engaging Shaw, Veronica Fairchild in Rich Orloff’s A Capital Affair, Camille in David Foley’s Deadly Murder, Liz in Alastair Beaton’s Feelgood and Patty in Arthur Miller’s The Last Yankee, all for Vienna’s English Theatre.
Further stage credits include: Madame Hortense in Anouilh’s The Orchestra (Omnibus Theatre), Edna, Lynette Saxon and Arabella Lazenby in Ayckbourn’s trilogy Damsels in Distress, Mrs Sparsit in Stephen Jeffries’ Hard Times (Pitlochry Festival Theatre), Lady Loxfield in JB Priestley’s They Came to a City (Southwark Playhouse), Mary Titterington in the stage adaptation of James Kennaway’s epic Tunes of Glory (Middleground Theatre, UK tour), Amanda in Noël Coward’s Private Lives, Susan in Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party (both for UKTT
) Anna in Patrick Marber’s Closer (London Classic Theatre Company), Lampito in Germain Greer’s version of Lysistrata (BAC
For London Shakespeare’s Globe she performed in All Places that the Eye of Heaven Visits, in Westminster Abbey. She played Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet in Dubrovnik and (just before Covid 19 shut down theatres, early 2020) in Bermuda.
During the recent enforced time away from the stage she earned her keep as a gardener and is now, despite the ridiculousness of Brexit, and as ever, extremely happy and grateful to be back working in Vienna!