GRACE can’t wait to hit Brighton Fringe 4-7 May and 2-3 June: https://www.otherplacebrighton.co.uk/3341/grace. Tickets selling fast! Book tickets here before they sell out!
GRACE is back from the Australian leg of the tour – AMAZING!
GRACE opens The Butterfly Club for Melbourne International Comedy Festival to rave reviews.
“Solid comedy chops… a powerful and provocative piece of theatre” (Broadway Baby).
“A remarkable, versatile talent who sets a very high bar” (Herald Sun).
“It’s delivered via some fine writing, punchy one-liners…Experience and intelligence show: her delivery is confident, clear and assured. It is a pleasure to watch her, to be beguiled by her characters and to be left with plenty to think about.” Stage Whispers
Katie pops into Laughing Horse at Adelaide Fringe.
Katie opens for Stephen K Amos at Tuxedo Cat.
GRACE rocks up for the last two weeks of Adelaide Fringe:
“Clever, authentic and witty” (The Advertiser).
“Remarkable in its originality and daring, GRACE is an excellent performance…easy to miss… but it would be a mistake” (Tulpa Magazine).
“GRACE is topical, diverse… an excellent independent Fringe show” (Adelaide Theatre Guide)
Katie heads to Melbourne to rehearse with the amazing Peter Blackburn who’ll be taking on the directing reigns.
GRACE is doing some run throughs with the amazing Colin Watkeys (Face to Face Solo Theatre Festival Director).
GRACE is rehearsing like it’s going out of fashion with Logan Murray in the dramaturge seat. Luckily it’s super fun and literally we’re on a laugh a minute…between ourselves. Hopefully osmosis will allow it into the script…
Accepted the offer to take the new show, ‘Grace’ to The Warren for Brighton Fringe 2018 – double exciting!
Voiceover for Google
Voice of alarm clock for the blind for Kings Access Technology
Voiceover for training for optometrists about the eye of a baby from 0 seconds to birth for Open Creative Communications
Accepted the offer to take the new show, ‘Grace’ to Tuxedo Cat for Adelaide Fringe 4-18 March 2018 – exciting!
Voice of Merit the b2b media agency with Digital Rash productions. Lovely new client testimonial:
“Katie was an absolute pleasure to work with. Professional in every sense and she brought a huge amount of enthusiasm to our project. She patiently took on every new suggestion we had and executed it perfectly. We’re so pleased with the final results and thoroughly enjoyed the whole processes.” Anna Robinson, Senior Account Executive, Digital Radish
Voiceover for a radio ad for CeX- Green Bullet Films
Voiceover for Purition – online ads – The Minimart
Voiceover for The Medical Society – TVF Media
Stand up gigs at Comedy Virgins at The Cavendish Arms
Voiceover for CapGemini
Voiceover for Aon
Stand up gig at Birdies Comedy @ The Savoy Tup
Stand up gig at Touching Cloth @ The Water Poet
Stand up gig at Touching Cloth @ The Waterpoet
Voiceover for Chessington World of Adventures
Voiceover for Catley Lakeman
Stand up gig at Party Piece @The Joker
Stand up gig at Comedy Virgins at The Cavendish Arms
Stand up gig at Dogstar comedy @ The Dogstar
Water Rats – Stand up gig
Voiceover for Catley Lakeman
Building own voiceover studio!
Voiceover for Chessington World of Adventures – the launch of the new Gruffalo ride. See the TV advert here.
Clowning retreat in Wales for 10 days with Phil Burgers / Dr Brown. Read what it says on the tin about Clowning courses. It’s all try and fail but magically spectacular and life changing…
Writing, procrastinating, reading books about how to stop procrastinating and writing the next show…
Signed with Spanish Voiceover agent – Almudena at Audio Contact – if you’re in Madrid.
Voiceovers for Made.com. Voice of their TV campaigns for the next year.
Soho Theatre – Playwriting workshop with Rita Kalnejais, London
Voiceover – corporate for app development company, Geoff and Ange.
Attends Grand Order of Water Rats Charity Gala with head rat Rick Wakeman, The Grosvenor.
Voiceover for Sky Atlantic – The Last Panthers launch, Classic FM, Dir. Wayne Smith, Global Radio.
Voiceover for EY Rugby World Cup, dir. Kerr Nimmo, RD Content.
Voiceover for Furniture Barn, dir. Phil Brice, Koala TV.
Voiceover for Made.com, dir. Nic Ost and Gemma Stokes, Above and Beyond.
Voiceover for The Stoke Association, dir. Rachel Siegel, Kartoffel Films.
Works for an intensive few weeks with John Osborne Hughes on The Spiritual Psychology of Acting programme and workshops.
Voiceover for EY launch of their Growth Accelerator.
Writing Who’s On At Gracie’s? for the Solo show festival, October 2015.
Launch of new website…not as easy as it looks!
Voice of The Financial Times awards nomination, produced by Irresistible Films directed by Harry Burnett Rae.
Producing Who’s On At Gracie’s? One Woman Show for the Solo Show Festival in October 2015, Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe, May 2016.
Voice of The Financial Times online rebrand produced by Irresistible Films directed by Harry Burnett Rae.
So You Think You’re Funny Semi Finals at The Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Starts compering at The Wickham Arms in Brockley.
2 June 2014
So You Think You’re Funny Quarter Finals at The Hob, Forest Hill, London
BBC Radio 4 Panel show run through.
Stand up gig in aid of War Child charity with Give To View.
Voice of The Ideal Home Show on Real Radio.
Voice of Durex animation, Havas media.
Voiceover for Megared Vitamins – RTL- Irish television commercial, Havas Media, Tilly Kolu.
24 February 2014
Amused Moose Heats, The Albany, Great Portland Street, London
9 February 2014
First gig in London for her grandmother, Joan Reddin’s 90th birthday… and the Stand Up and Deliver showcase.
Voice of Anthony Nolan Trust radio commercial
Amused Moose Knock Outs, The Tommyfields, Kennington, London
Voice of The Design Council’s online A&E animation
Katie starts stand up in London. See past gigs list.
Kate Middleton Show Queen has been invited to Red Bennies cabaret and comedy venue on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April for The Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Tix available from www.redbennies.com/events.
Kate Middleton Show Queen is delighted to play 5 shows at La Boheme for The Adelaide Fringe Festival on 16, 17, 19, 23 and 24 February. The show is directed by Sarah McCusker and co-produced by Elise Barton. Tix available from www.adelaidefringe.com.au.
Katie is delighted to be performing in the play, Next Fall by Geoffrey Nauffts for Midsumma Festival at Chapel Off Chapel, Melbourne and directed by Peter Blackburn.
Katie films a corporate video for Aon insurance company.
Katie headlines with her stand up routine at The Last Laugh Comedy Club upstairs at The Atheneum Theatre, Melbourne.
Katie records a voiceover for Lux soap.
Katie plays the love interest in a short comedy film, The Shepherds Ferryman in Melbourne.
Katie signs with Blah Blah Blah voices and Profile Talent in Australia.
Katie is writing and producing a comedy show for the Australian live stage and it’s talent.
Katie is writing, producing and preparing to perform in a one woman comic play.
Recorded voiceovers for Proctor and Gamble for Irish Television and Radio.
Developing multi-platform project for charity.
Completed TV Drama Script Reading Course at The Script Factory with Alison Lumb.
Attended Robert McKee’s, ‘Story’ seminar.
DJ’d at Secondo- Vintage shop, bar & restaurant.
DJ’d at Secondo- Vintage shop, bar & restaurant.
DJ’d at The Blag Club, Holland Park.
Attended David Freeman’s. ‘Beyond Structure’ screenwriting course.
Katie has been awarded another Arvon Foundation Grant to spend a week screenwriting with Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem/ Mojo/ Birthday Girl), Allegra Huston (Pathe) and Patrick Marber (Closer/ Dealer’s Choice/ After Miss Julie).
March – May 2010
Katie records the three month Carte Noire Readers campaign on Classic FM introducing voices like Richard E Grant reading the clasic novels.
Katie uses her Irish accent again for The Sunday Mirror TV commercial in Ireland.
January and February 2010.
Katie voices the UK and Irish Sunday Mirror Puffin and Valentines TV commercials.
Katie completes the, ‘Maverick Screenwriting’ course with Josh Golding at Raindance.
Katie DJ’s at The Ivy.
Katie is awarded an Arvon Foundation grant and spends a week writing for television with David Allison (Boy Meeets Girl, ITV, Isabelle Grey (Silent Witness/ Genghis Khan, BBC) and Nicola Larder (Tiger Aspect).
Katie presents 14 shows a day for a week on behalf of KDDI, the second largest telecommunications company in Japan. The 10 minute technical script explains the very latest in telecommunications live to 10,000 people at The Telecom Conference in Geneva.
Katie records the new Kit Kat Senses radio advert.
Katie improvises Welsh, Irish and Southern American characters for the ING virals in association with The Kindness of Strangers charity directed by Nic Alderton.
Katie completes Josh Golding’s course, Screenwriting for Beginners at St Martins.
Katie presents the Dogs At Heel DVD about the simple but effective method of walking dogs that prefer to lead!
Katie updates her showreel.
Katie DJ’s with Tamsin Egerton at the launch of, Leap Anywhere, the new website that puts the, “good time in doing good”. They warmed up for Jade Jagger’s Jezebel sound system at 33 Portland Place.
Katie signs with SVMK for voiceovers and immediately records Pantene commercials. Voicereel on Voice page. See contact page for more info.
Katie begins a new writing partnership with Sophia Dawnay for a TV comedy drama series.
Screening of Turpin at Pinewood.
Katie is learning to ride side saddle for her role as Catherine of Aragon. She is also training in medieval sports and handling birds of prey. Katie will open the celebration of Henry VIII’s ascension in front of 20,000 people in Greenwich with the Destrier Pro Team.
Write Year in pre production. Written by Katie Reddin-Clancy.
Katie Reddin-Clancy – Guest Speaker at Roehampton University -Screenwriting Masterclass.
Katie began Kung Fu training with Master Chet for a TV series.
Obsession in pre production written by Richard Nock.
2nd April 2008
Filmed 18th century period drama Turpin written and directed by Les Hemstock and Chris Stone in Staffordshire.
29th March 2008
Filmed The Mnemonist written and directed by Meg Jayanth at Ealing Studios.
5th March 2008
Filmed Midland written and directed by Luca Ammendola at Ealing Studios. Played a fashion model and the Virgin Mary.
29th February and 1st March 2008
In Stitches co-adapted by Melanie Spencer & Karen Quigley from In Stitches by Dr Nick Edwards at The Anatomy Theatre, Kings College, Strand.
Oct 13th 2007
Homecoming chosen to be screened at the Austin Film Festival, US.
August 7th 2007
New reviews of Woodcut by Archie Whyld at the White Bear, Kennington.
Doubled for Catherine Zeta Jones in Death Defying Acts. Directed by Gillian Armstrong with Guy Pearce and Timothy Spall.
Screening of Hamlet at the BFI. Katie was the first female Horatia.