Seren Vickers

OVERVIEW

Seren graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama with a First Class BA(Hons) in Acting.

She was awarded the Sarah Siddons prize for outstanding classical performance and is a Prince of Wales Scholar for Drama. Seren has been shortlisted for Best Actress in the Wales Theatre Awards.

Seren's credits include: 'Henry V' (Storyhouse Theatre), 'Macbeth' (The Barbican Theatre, Plymouth), 'Highway One' (Wales Millennium Centre), 'MAGS' (Sherman Theatre) and 'Storm 3' (National Theatre Wales). 

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Height: 5' 7 (170cm)
  • Playing Age: 16 - 25
  • Eye Colour: Brown
  • Hair Colour: Blonde
  • Hair Length: Long
  • Appearance: White

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CREDITS

Film

Yesterday by Richard Curtis, Concert-goer (director: Danny Boyle)

The Tick and the Bomb, Mother, Matt White Media (director: Matt White)

Theatre

MAGS, Performer/Devisor, Cwmni Pluen/The Sherman Theatre (directors: Elgan Rhys & Gethin Evans)

Henry V, Fluellen, Storyhouse/Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre (director: Loveday Ingram)
The Borrowers, Heliotrope Harpsichord, Storyhouse/Grosvenor Park Open Air theatre (director: Robert Cameron)
Twelfth Night, Priest, Storyhouse/Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre (director: Julia Thomas)
Haunting and Pork Pies, Gwen, Theatre Clwyd/National Trust (director: Hannah Noone)
Storm 3: Together and Alone, Performer, National Theatre Wales (director: Mike Brookes)
An Act of Care, Aneurin Bevan, archipelago (director: Laurence Young)
The First Eisteddfod, Performer/Devisor, PowderHouse/The Sherman Theatre (director: Jac Ifan Moore)

Phantom Rides Again, Performer/Devisor, goodcopbadcop (director: Richard Huw Morgan)
E2E, Fizzla, The Sherman Theatre (director: Matthew Holmquist)
MAGS, Performer/Devisor, Cwmni Pluen/The Sherman Theatre (directors: Elgan Rhys & Gethin Evans)

Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, The Barbican Theatre, Plymouth (director: Jo Loyn)

Highway One, Medea & Dora, Wales Millennium Centre/August012, Festival of Voice 2018 (director: Mathilde Lopez)

The King Lear, Regan, Shifting Sands Theatre Company (director: Gerard Flanagan)

Why Would You?, Ashley, Barbican Theatre, Plymouth (director: Jo Loyn)
Highway One, Performer/Devisor, WMC/August012 (director: Mathilde Lopez)
Tremor, Performer/Devisor, Sherman Theatre Company (director: Rachel O’Riordan)

Bread, Two, Clocktower Theatre (Director: Miriam Dorfner)

The Girl with Incredibly Long Hair, Performer/Devisor, We Made This (director: Matt Ball)
hang, Two, Run Amok Theatre Company (Welsh Premiere) (director: Izzy Rabey)
Mam, Performer/Devisor, Cwmni Pluen Company (directors: Elgan Rhys & Gethin Evans)
Microwave, Carly, Run Amok Theatre Company (director: Izzy Rabey)
Real Human Being, Cat, Taking Flight Theatre Company (director: Elise Davison)
Dark Vanilla Jungle, Andrea, Company of Sirens (Welsh Premiere & British tour) (director: Chris Durnall)

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