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ACTOR

Rhiannon is a graduate (2011) of The Arts Educational Schools, London, where she studied on the MA Acting course with the Peter Glenville Scholarship from the University of Oxford (St Peter's College, 2007 - 2010). She is also an Associate of Trinity College, London (Musical Theatre).

Please check out her Spotlight page for a current CV or click the link here.

Rhiannon's new (2015) showreel can be found below. More footage can be found here or at youtube.com.

                        QUALIFICATIONS

MA Acting, Arts Educational Schools,London

Associate of Trinity College, London Diploma in Musical Theatre (Distinction)

BA (Hons) 2.1 Geography, University of Oxford

                        ACTING CREDITS

And You Were Wonderful, On Stage (Actor/Voice Over) - February 2015, Performance Art Film

Through the Wormhole (Shakespearean Improv. Actor) - September 2014, Documentary for the Science Channel

Grim - A Love Story to Die For (Sabrina / Cover Cherry) - July-August 2014, New Musical Theatre at The Rose, Kingston and the Charing Cross Theatre

'Also noteworthy is Rhiannon Drake whose cheeky Sabrina bursts with personality.' www.theatremonkey.com

Seeing It Through (Mable) - July 2014, Rehearsed reading for The Hertford Writing Group, The Hertford Theatre

The London Cuckolds (Engine) - March 2014, Rehearsed reading for Logos Theatre Company.

And You Were Wonderful, On Stage (Featured Vocalist/Actor) - Performance art musical, International Tour, April 2013 - February 2014, Cally Spooner

The Girl That Lived (Holly) - Short Film focusing on mental health issues, September 2013, The Apex House

Unconscious Bias (Holly) - Corporate Films, Feb-August 2013, The Create Network

A Passion Play (Joanna/Veronica) - Rehearsed Reading, in association with The Hertford Theatre, March 2013, Rhys Thomas/Kate Miller

Dick Backard: Private Eye (Gladys) - Hoxton Hall/The Bedford, Began Old Theatre Productions, Dec 2012 / Jan - March 2014, directed by Michael Anthony Bond

‘The most inspired part of the show is the inclusion of VoXelle, an a capella trio… the group collectively and individually get their chance to shine… Drake – doubling up as a clumsy sound effects operator – played the part with mischievous glee and was fun to watch.’ edfringereview.com

Cain and Abel (Rebecca) - Short Film (March 2012), directed by Luke Middleton

Shakespeare Live! National Tour (January - March 2012), directed by Harry Meacher, Traffic of the Stage

History of Theatre Live! National Tour (October - December 2011), directed by Jilly O'Dowd, Traffic of the Stage

Through the Looking Glass (Red Queen/Tweedle Dum) directed by India Furse, Traitor Theatre, The Spaces, Edinburgh Fringe 2011

The real stars were Rhiannon Drake... with Drake delivering a particularly impressive rendition of the infamous beheader with her lovely booming voice…articulation was absolutely perfect and every word was clear and succinct.' oxfordtheatrereview.co.uk


'Special mention to the Red Queen... who picked up both pace and impact.' edfringereview.com


'...a well-played baddie.' threeweeks.co.uk

Theatre roles whilst studying at Arts Ed and the University of Oxford included:

Company (Amy) by Stephen Sondheim, directed by Stephen Dickinson

Richard III (Buckingham) by William Shakespeare, directed by Jane Jeffery

Sweet Panic (Mrs Trevel) by Stephen Poliakoff, directed by James Tillitt

Attempts on her Life (Ensemble) by Martin Crimp, directed by Paul Rider

Into the Woods (The Witch) by Stephen Sondheim, directed by Thomas Sandeman, PCMS Productions (OUDS)

Merrily We Roll Along (Beth) by Stephen Sondheim, directed by David Allen, Tangent Tree Theatre OFS Theatre, Oxford

The Academy (Beckie) by Rhys Jones and Rob Hemmens, Parabox Productions OFS Theatre, Oxford

Kiss Me Kate (Kate) by Cole Porter, directed by Thomas Sandeman, PCMS Productions (OUDS)

The Boyfriend (Polly) by Sandy Wilson, directed by Nadeem Najunawany, Bullock Events

The Little Shop of Horrors (Ronette) by Menken and Ashman, directed by Joshua Randall, PCMS Productions (OUDS)

Rhiannon is a member of Equity.