Helen is a talented and intelligent performer who is a joy to direct. Her commitment to her craft is exemplary.  She is an unusual 'type', and given the right opportunities deserves to flourish in a difficult marketplace.

Chrys Salt, Freelance director, Actors Centre Tutor.

Private Lives is a superb piece about ex-lovers who coincidentally meet again on their honeymoons with new partners... One of the partners, Sybil, plays the role of hysterical new wife impeccably.  

Review of 'A Play on Words' full review

I was more than pleased to be able to cast Helen as the Wife of Bath in an adaptation by Mike Poulton for the RSC, of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, as an internal exercise mid term. Even at this time it was evident that Helen had a splendid work ethic, she committed totally to the exuberance and bawdy required by the part and became a dedicated member of the ensemble. As a freelance director at the time it was a pleasure to be invited to other presentations through the year and to watch Helen grow and develop.
I then had the task of creating and directing a showcase for the group for presentation at the Bristol Old Vic in their final term . It was a joy and a privilege to be able to cast Helen as Mrs Clandon in an excerpt from YOU NEVER CAN TELL and as Sybil in PRIVATE LIVES. Her grasp of both parts was impeccable, she was a joy to direct and her performances displayed great range and integrity. I wish her great good fortune in future work.

Elwyn Johnson, Director and later Head of Course, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

The Stage review for 'The Princess and the Pea' (Red Dragonfly Productions) can be read here

Scotsman review for 'Life' (Grist to the Mill Productions) can be read here

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