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.) You can also find her hugging a hedge and interviewing contestants backstage on Britain's Got Talent, series 14 and, in the normal times, doing standup above grotty London bars. 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.

Please contact agent for acting enquiries, and for all other enquiries, including access to standup videos and pictures of my cat, please email directly.

The Taming of the Shrew
Winner of the rare 'Outstanding Theatre Award' from Fringe Review

'Charlie Allen as Petruchio made Burton tame by contrast, a worthy mate for Katerina Elliott’s spiky shrew, crafty not cowed and ultimately obedient through respect. '

'Globe -style theatre in the round with a troope of magnificent actors.' The Argus

''A subtle twist in the relationship between Katherina (Katerina Elliott) the Shrew, and her dominating ‘tamer’ Petruchio (Charlie Allen). They trod a delicate line by making Katherina (Katerina Elliott) feisty but likeable, while her suitor was all arrogance and domination.

Delivered with zest and vigour.'

'The players gave it their all, literally throwing themselves about with boundless enthusiasm which was utterly infectious.' Broadway Baby ★★★★


'Petruchio is wonderfully over the top, bursting with energy and confidence and Katherina, sour tempered and aggressive at the beginning, is tamed but not crushed. A fabulously entertaining 5* star show, from beginning to end. A triumph of acting – I make no apologies for giving this a rave review. Fringe Review ★★★★★

Arcola Theatre
Winner of multiple Off West End Awards

★★★★Clarion never stops being funny; the dialogue nimble, all the performers possessing enviable comic timing. A wonderful cast with no weak links. · London City Nights

★★★★★ "A headline-grabbing comedy that’s one of the funniest in years." - Stage Review

★★★★★ "An insightful and side splitting evening of entertainment, this is a must see" - West End Wilma

★★★★ “Sparkling performances by the cast under Mehmet Ergen’s taut direction” – Daily Telegraph

★★★★ “Mehmet Ergen’s energetic production is full of faithfully drawn figures … highly effective” – The Guardian

★★★★"I laughed as often and as loudly as I have done in any theatre in years" - Broadway World

The Crucible
Winner of the Argus Angel Award​​

'Katerina Elliott's performance (was ) a delicate portrait of pure innocence.' The Argus

'..a gifted cast made for an evening of pure theatre magic that held its audience spellbound.'

 'A production that I believe Arthur Miller himself would have been pleased to see.' Fringe Guru ★★★★★

The Duchess of Malfi

''The Cardinal and Julia (Matthew Leigh and Katerina Elliott) come into their own in the second half: their pairing sparkling with both bright and dark lights.''' 

What's On London ★★★★★

'The cast of nine are excellent without exception.' Everything Theatre ★★★★

The Kindness of Strangers

'This is a show with brains and a heart that shows ordinary people just getting on with the job.' Lynn Gardner  The Guardian, ★★★★

'A beautiful, delicate piece of theatre that reminds us of the preciousness of life and those who protect life.' Time Out ★★★★

Henry IV: A Pub Wake

Bronzehead Theatre & York Theatre Royal as part of the York International Shakespeare Festival

''Kate-Lois Elliott (Poins; Worcester; Lady Percy; Pistol; Warwick) gave a huge contribution to the project with her many roles, which she played with great diversity and confidence.'' 

''The multi-role-playing Kate-Lois Elliott take(s) on the more grave roles in a bittersweet play''