Kate-Lois Elliott is an actor, writer and maker of things. She trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Acting credits include: Loserville: In Concert (Garrick Theatre, West End), Sandanser (Theatre 503), Henry IV: A Pub Wake (York Theatre Royal), multiple Off West-End winner Clarion (Arcola Theatre) directed by Mehmet Ergen, The Serpent's Tooth (The Almeida), The Kindness of Strangers (Watford Palace Theatre), Professor Vanessa's Wondershow (The Roundhouse), Notflix: The Improvised Musical (Waiting For The Call), Underground Shakespeare (Iris Theatre) Panorama (BBC) and Murder Maps (Channel Yesterday/Netflix.)
Kate produces work with her company Backbone Theatre and Film. Backbone currently have a monthly residency at Theatre Delicatessen, where they workshop new writing and champion the work of first time writers from diverse backgrounds. Backbone's first short films Below the Hills and Koshei the Deathless are in production for 2019.
Past Backbone theatre productions have played at the Roundhouse and The Bush Theatre (The Bistro), Waterloo East as part of the New British Musicals Festival (Fresco by Olivia Mace) and the Blue Elephant Theatre (Last Orders by Lucy Laing).
Kate is co-host for Diversify, which is available wherever you get your podcasts. She has contributed as a writer to: Femini Magazine, Caboodle, Balance Garden, Jazz FM, Wandsworth Radio, Theatre 503, Mouth London, XYZ Magazine and VICE.
Kate is an education practitioner for Globe Education, running workshops in-house and on outreach throughout the UK. Acting credits for Shakespeare’s Globe and Globe Education: A Midsummer Nights Dream Retold, The Winter's Tale and the Read Not Dead Series.