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Co-founder/Co-Artistic Director

Olivia graduated in 2016 with a First Class Hons degree from London College of Music. As a proud northerner, originally from Leeds, she has been living in London for the past five years determined to launch and develop a career as a creative within the acting industry. 

Olivia has taken on various acting roles within theatre, film, stage & screen and is always eager to find/create more raw and challenging characters to play. 

Since co-founding Tiny Theatre Company, Olivia has loved collaborating with other like-minded actors, writers, directors and creatives. Her passion for new-writing has become huge and she has had the opportunity to play roles she really feels her heart belongs to. 

Olivia is super excited to continue producing interesting and innovative theatre with Tiny Theatre Company. She looks forward to expanding this platform, the potential of what can be acheived  and hopefully a future that isn't too tiny! 


photo credit: Ewa Ferdynus


Co-founder/Co-Artistic Director

Alex is a driven and passionate actor & director, who loves a good cup of tea, or ten. Originally from the East Midlands, she moved to London over 5 years ago to pursue a career as an artist and ended up co-founding a theatre company!

Alex graduated in 2016 from the London College of Music with a First Class Honours Degree in Musical Theatre and has since then appeared in various theatre productions in and around London. She especially enjoys the excitement and thrill of performing in immersive theatre.

With a passion for creating things, Alex couldn't be happier to have co-founded Tiny Theatre Company; to give other actors, writers, directors and other creatives the chance to work together and make interesting and exciting theatre.

Creating her own work has been so fulfilling and has allowed Alex to challenge herself as an actor and play intriguing and exciting roles. 


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Associate Writer

Born in London and now based in Brighton, Isabelle studied Theatre at the BRIT School and since graduating has had numerous short plays produced across London. She is a Theatre Royal Brighton Young Writer alumni, New Writing South bursary winner and Wicked Young Writer 'For Good' award winner. Cold Chips is her first full-length play and ran from 24-27 September, 2018 at Theatre N16 and Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre, London.