Finding Noor

“Finding Noor” at the Citizens Theatre turned out to be an absolute joy. Worked with a great team, played a range of wild and wacky characters, and learned a lot about the amazing real life of Noor Inayat Khan, WW2 spy and war hero. Here is a picture of me as a Sufi Mystic for your enjoyment…Image

‘Boom!’ – a new pilot!

BoomCastBwExcited to be part of Snap-B TV’s exciting new youth drama, ‘Boom!’, written and directed by TOWIE director Steve Rehman.

I play Tess, lead singer of pop band ‘Burning Secret’, who are struggling to make it in the UK industry – though perhaps with their new manager, things are looking up?

Filming was completed in mid-August and is currently in post-production. In the meantime, check out the ‘Boom’ facebook page HERE!

Happy Birthday Party!

Birthday Party receives four star reviews, and bossyboots Lulu gets some sneaky mentions!

“The Birthday Party is a stunning piece of writing and this was a first-class performance led by an excellent cast.” – I Love Manchester

“Towering performances are given by the whole cast” – Manchester Theatre

The Birthday Party Production Still “Danusia Samal’s naively greed Lulu, clambering eagerly onto Goldberg’s lap, is an innocent destined to get her acquisitive fingers burnt” – The Times

“Danusia Samal is the lovely Lulu, a seemingly innocent character dealt with disturbingly by both characters and playwright.” – British Theatre Guide

“Danusia Samal’s Lulu has everything a ‘good girl’ needs to go bad – looks, inquisitiveness and moral
s which can be cut to fit all sizes, all ages, and any occasion” – Daily Post

Bernarda Alba, 1927, And 2 productions at the Unicorn Theatre

November has been busy! I completed a run playing ‘Adela’ in ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’ (A StoneCrabs production at Tara Arts), performed in ‘Seven’ with Writer’s Avenue at the Pleasance Theatre, and was part of MonolIMG_0545ogue Slam. This December I will be shooting Roundhouse-sponsored film, ‘Do You Want to Try Again?’, as well as recording new songs with ‘Gone To Lunch’ productions, and supporting the exciting 1927 theatre company in their forthcoming show at the National Theatre ‘The Animals and Children Took to the Streets’.


I will be starting rehearsals for a brilliant new project at the Unicorn Theatre this January, performing 2 shows in rep at this world-renowned children’s (and adults’!) theatre as part of their Spring Season. I will be playing Grace in a new play by EV Crowe: ‘Liar, Liar’, directed by Blanche McIntyre, and acting/devising a new retelling of 1001 Arabian nights, directed by Douglas Rintoul.

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