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Starred in a four-month tour of Richard III with Ian McKellen in 1995.

Travelogue: "Craic a smile" [Dublin] by Olivia Williams, The Independent Traveller, pp 4 - 6, 2 December 2006, The Independent on Sunday, Published by Independent News & Media Ltd

Travelogue: "Heaven on Earth" [Barbados] by Olivia Williams, The Independent Traveller, pp 8 - 11, 20 January 2007, The Independent on Sunday, Published by Independent News & Media Ltd

For the Royal Shakespeare Company, she played Lydia in "Misha's Party" by Richard Nelson and Alexander Gelman (1993), Princess Thekla in Schiller's "Wallenstein" (1993), Mrs Friendal in Thomas Southerne's "The Wives' Excuse" (1994-5), Calantha in John Ford's "The Broken Heart" (1994-5), and was a member of the chorus in Ibsen's "Peer Gynt" (1994-5).

Played Annie in a revival of John Osbourne's "The Hotel in Amsterdam", Donmar Warehouse, London (2003).

For the National Theatre she played the Princess of France in Shakspeare's "Love's Labour's Lost" (2003), and a number of small roles in "Richard III" (1990), the latter of which toured the world.

Played Beatrice in Middleton's "The Changling", international tour (2006).

(January 2008) Played character Kelly in 'Lucinda Coxon' (v)'s "Happy Now?" at the UK's National Theatre. Co-stars included, Emily Joyce, Stanley Townsend, Anne Reid, Jonathan Cullen, Stuart McQuarrie and Dominic Rowan.

(2006) She acted in the Cheek by Jowl Company productions of Thomas Middleton's play, "The Changeling," and William Shakespeare's play, "Twelfth Night," at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Tom Hiddleston, Will Keen, David Collings, Jim Hooper, Jodie McNee, Andrey Kuzichev, Dmitry Sheherbina, Alexander Feklistov, Vladimir Vdovichenkov, Dmitry Diuzhev, and Alexey Dadonov in the cast. Declan Donellan was director.


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