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(2006-2007) Radio: "Dombey and Son" and "David Copperfield" both by Charles Dickens and produced by Jeremy Mortimer and Mary Peate for BBC radio 4.

(2000-2002) Regular appearances with the Comedy Store Players, improvisation night at the Comedy Store, London UK.

(2001) Radio: "The Case of the Vampire Count" and "Who Killed Ramona Rhapsody?" musical murder mysteries both written by Di Sherlock and produced by Martin Maris for BBC.

(2004) Radio: "What A Carve Up" by Jonathan Coe, adapted by David Nobbs and produced by Lucy Armitage. Played Hortensia Tonks.

(2001) Radio: "All the Young Dudes" (2 series) written by Jim Sweeney for BBC.

(1989) Radio: "Behind the Crease", musical by Eric Idle, produced by Harry Thompson.

(1990)Radio: 2 series of "THe Miles and Milner Show" various parts and songs in a musical sketch show for BBC, produced by Harry Thompson

(2007) Stage Play: "The Respectable Wedding" by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Rory Bremner and directed by Joe Hill-Gibbons. Played Mother at Young Vic Theatre, London UK.

(2005/6) Stage Pla: "The Late Henry Moss" by Sam Shepard, directed by Michael Attenborough. Played Conchalla at Almeida theatre, London UK.

(2003/4) Stage Play: "The Permanent Way" by David Hare, directed by Max Stafford Clark. Played Bereaved Mother-Maureen London's National Theatre, UK Tour and Sydney Theatre, Australia.

(1998/9) Stage Play: "More Grimm Tales" by Brothers Grimm. Played various roles in ensemble piece at New Victory Theater, New York. USA

(1996) Stage Play:"Othello" by Shakespeare, directed by Ed Hall. Played Emilia UK and tour to Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan.

(1991) Stage Play: The Rose Tatoo by Tennessee Williams, directed by Sir Peter Hall. Took over the lead role of "Serafina" in London's West End.

(2010) - Played Mistress Overdone in Michael Attenborough's sell-out production of "Measure for Measure" by William Shakespeare at the Almeida Theatre, London with Anna Maxwell Martin, Rory Kinnear and Ben Miles.

Played Susan and a variety of roles in "What Went Wrong with the Olypmics" written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman, 4 x 1/2 hour comedies produced by Lucy Armitage for Tiger Aspect/BBC Radio 4

(2012) Stage play - THe Winwslow Boy by Terence Rattigan - played Violet directed by David Thacker at Octagon THeatre Bolton, UK

(2013) Theatre production of "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams and directed by John Terry at Theatre of Chipping Norton, UK. Flaminia played Amanda Wingfield.

(2013) The Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens and adapted for the stage by Sir John Gielgud and Sir Terence Rattigan in the 1930s. World Premiere at Kings Head theatre, London UK. Flaminia played Miss Pross, the Solicitor General and the Seamstress.

(2006) She acted in Sam Shepard's play, "The Late Henry Moss," at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with Brendan Coyle, Andrew Lincoln and Trevor Cooper in the cast. Michael Attenborough was director.


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