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Beverley Norris Edmunds


Beverley Norris -Edmunds


Beverley has worked on over 50 productions at the New Vic, recent credits include: High Flyers (New Vic Borderlines); The 39 Steps, Much Ado About Nothing (co-production with Northern Broadsides); Astley’s Astounding Adventures, Playhouse Creatures, Treasure Island, The Snow Queen (winner of the UK Theatre Awards for Best Show for Children and Young People); Peter Pan in Scarlet, Kiss Me Quickstep.

Recent Choreography: The Worst Witch (Vaudeville Theatre West End, Royal and Derngate and National Tour); Jack Lear (Hull Truck Theatre); Cinderella, O What a Lovely War, Up ‘n’ Under, Hot Stuff, Chicago (MEN Theatre Award for Best Ensemble) –  (Oldham Coliseum Theatre); Scouse Pacific, Maggie May The Musical, Scouse Nativity, Our Day Out the Musical (Royal Court Theatre Liverpool); Hard Times, For Love or Money, Cyrano (co-production with the New Vic); A Winter’s Tale, Loves Labours Lost (Northern Broadsides).

Tours include: Around the World in 80 Days (New Victory Theatre, Broadway, New York, co-production with New Vic Theatre, Kenny Wax Family entertainment, Simon Friend and Royal Exchange theatre); Return to the Forbidden Planet, The Man without a Past (New Perspectives Theatre Company); Carmen.

Television credits include: Disney’s The Evermoor Chronicles, Coronation Street, Butterfly, Hollyoaks, Cbeebie’s The Magic Door, Sunny D, Fernando Torres Nike Commercial, September Song and O Jerusalem (feature film).

Beverley has worked with Tmesis Theatre company on numerous productions, the latest being on the award winning Wolf Red.

Beverley has also worked on numerous productions for: Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester, Bolton Octagon, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Birmingham Rep, Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, Belgrade Theatre Coventry, Liverpool Empire, Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough, Haymarket Theatre Basingstoke and Harrogate Theatre.

John Godber’s fantastic new comedy Sunny Side Up about a struggling B&B and the people who run it is on stage next…