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 Emma Wilkinson Wright (Actor) is a British born, half-Roma, twice Off-West End award-nominated actor. Alongside 5-star rated Rika’s Rooms, she most recently performed in the BBC Radio 4 Production of ASSISTED with Tamsin Greig and Jude Owusu. She also featured in the Television Series LOST WOMEN SPIES as Irene Ward (ZDF Studios/World Media Rights (IMDB). Recent theatre includes: Billie in THE MORAL WOMEN (Hen and Chickens, 2024); Rika in RIKAS ROOMS (Playground Theatre, 2024, Off-Fest nominated); Vermandera in THE CHANGELING (Southwark Playhouse, 2023); The Mitford Sisters in THE MITFORDS (Playground Theatre and EdFringe 2023, Off-Fest Nominated); Helen Reed in SECRET THOUGHTS (The Omnibus Theatre, 2023); Adelaine Hain in THE ONLY WHITE (Chelsea Theatre, 2023); JS in NECESSARY TARGETS (Southwark Playhouse, 2022); Hazel in PATTERNS (Leicester Curve, 2022); Trish in MEAL WITH FRIENDS (The White Bear Theatre, 2022); Connie in ASSISTED for EdFringe 2022; Woman in TINY CAMEL (Finborough Theatre, online production, 2021); Mother in The THE AFTER DINNER JOKE (Greenwich Theatre, Online production, 2021); Tina in HIDDEN (The Vaults Festival, 2020); Jacques in AS YOU LIKE IT (The Monobox with Owen Horsely, 2020); Agave in THE BACCHAE (RADA Studios, 2019); Yves in THE CHANGELING (GBS Theatre, 2019); Clytemnestra in IPHIGENIA IN AULIS (The Cockpit Theatre, 2019); and Celia Cain in HER NAKED SKIN (John Lyons Theatre, 2018). VO work includes: Sheila in ALL MY TOMORROWS and Christina Rossetti in ROSSETTI (Audible). She trained at RADA and is represented by Robert Fucilla at Imperial Artists Agency @emmamaywright / @emmamaiwright


Radio and VO work includes: Gran in Umbrella for Bloomsbury Radio and Shelia in All My Tomorrows (Audible). Emma is trilingual - English, Spanish and French. She trained at RADA. Representation: Robert Fucilla, Imperial Artists Agency.


Greg Wilkinson is Writer in Residence at Oxia Theatre. Greg has worked for over 35 years as a senior executive, official and adviser across the public, commercial and charitable sectors in the UK and internationally on issues of strategy and policy. As part of his growing interest in the power of stories and performance to help bring about change in the world and in his own life, he has started to write plays. INSOMNOLENT received a table reading from RADA graduates in 2019. ASSISTED opened the Golden Goose’s Emerge festival in 2021, was longlisted for the Popcorn/BBC New Writing Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2022, and has been recorded as a radio play for broadcast on Radio 4 this summer. THE LAST DAYS OF LIZ TRUSS is his third play.



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