Helen Evans


Helen trained in Acting at the University College Bretton Hall and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where, as a recipient of a Royal Central School Research Bursary, where is currently working towards her practice-based Ph.D. 

Her performing credits include:
Multi-roles in Lovesong of The Electric Bear (Arts Theatre, West End, November 2015); Flora Goforth in Tennessee William’s The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore (as research and development at The Bristol Old Vic, December 2015); Nurse in Romeo and Juliet, Maria in Twelfth Night and Titania and Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Each for Antic Disposition - France open-air tour and Middle Temple Hall, Embankment, 2012 -15); Soloist in The West End in Concert tours (2012, and pleasingly ongoing); Various in Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues and A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer (in aid of Charities against the abuse of women); Alumni Choir in Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Concert (O2 Arena, 2010); Multi-characters in The Shakespeare Revue (London’s Cochrane Theatre and Sidmouth Theatre, 2012, Hampstead Theatre, 2007, UK and France Tour, and London’s Bloomsbury Theatre, 2005); Woman in A Woman Alone (for DogOrange, The Horse, Waterloo, 2010); Cleopatra and Edith Pretty in BAFTA winning Relic: Guardians of the Museum (2009-2010, BBC); Madame Deux Visage, Librarian Mutternot and Ethelena in 4 series of BAFTA winning Trapped (Between 2007 and 2010, CBBC); Miss Dinsmore and Ensemble in Singin' in the Rain (2009, National Tour); Jen in the UK Premier of John and Jen (2008, The Finborough Theatre), including being featured in concert with writer Andrew Lippa (Knightsbridge, 2008); Eve in Amapola (Battersea Arts Centre, 2008); Leading Lady/Fan in A Portrait of Ivor Novello (2006, UK Tour); Nellie Forbush in South Pacific Concert, (Singapore, 2005); Swing in Les Miserables (West End National Tour, 1995 - 2000, respectively); Isabella in various Commedia dell' Arte productions; and various concerts, cabarets, and variety shows.

Helen’s directing credits include: For Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance – The Pirates of Penzance, Anything Goes, Company; and The Graduate Showcase (Embassy Theatre, West End, 2015), for The Musical Theatre Academy – Electra, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Epsom Downs, Zombie Prom, and straight Acting and Musical Theatre showcases; for Bretton Hall - The Beggar's Opera and Company; for Antic Disposition – choreography/ movement direction for Romeo and Juliet (Jermyn Street Theatre); and personal devised performances including, Sanctity of Hair (London Institute of Contemporary Arts, 2007).