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Eileen Battye


Eileen Battye


Eileen has appeared at the New Vic in Stephen Joseph Theatre Productions.

Eileen trained at The Royal College of Music and Central School of Speech and Drama.

Theatre credits include: In the West End: The King and I (London Palladium, playing Anna opposite Yul Brynner); Barnum (Victoria Palace, opposite Michael Crawford); Into The Woods, Sherlock Holmes, The Sound Of Music, Hayfever, A Month In The Country, Valentine’s Day, An Inspector Calls, The Potting Shed, An Ideal Husband. For the Royal Shakespeare Company: Camino Real, The Merry Wives Of Windsor, King Henry VII. For Alan Ayckbourn at the SJT: Better Off Dead (creating the role of Jessica); Neighbourhood Watch (creating the role of Dorothy); Dear Uncle (creating the role of Marie); Improbable Fiction (creating the role of Grace), House and Garden (creating the role of Trish); Relatively Speaking, Time And Time Again, Miss Yesterday, A Listening Heaven, Noel & Gertie, Clearing The Colours.

Other theatre includes: Life and Beth (national tour); That Old Feeling (Mill at Sonning); House and Garden (Northampton); Relatively Speaking (Exeter); Things We Do For Love (nominated for Best Actress in the Manchester Evening News Awards); Pygmalion (Library Theatre, Manchester); Barefoot in the Park (Northampton and Watford); Children of a Lesser God, The Rivals (Salisbury); Love in a Maze (Watermill, Newbury); Kiss Me Kate (Worthing); The Boyfriend (Perth); Mary-Rose, The Gondoliers (Nottingham Playhouse); The Girlfriend (national tour); Attempts On Her Life (Battersea Arts Centre); Habitats (Gate); Half Moon (Southwark Playhouse); Oliver! (Sheffield Crucible).

Television credits include: WPC56, Many Faces Of Michael Crawford, Doctors, Take Three Girls, Prime Suspect, The Vice, The Victorians, Coronation Street, Supergrass, Barnum.

💡 Plus Ghostlight, an evocative light and sound installation to give you a first look at the New Vic’s newly refurb…