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I have just filmed a piece for the Holst Birthplace Museum about a day in the life of their maid, Julia. It will be going live in the coming months. 

In 2020, I set up Theatrephonic - an audiodrama podcast. You can download episodes wherever you get your podcast, or visit for more information.

The film version of A Woman's Life is presently in post-production, being edited by my company, Cat on a Piano Productions. The footage is coming together nicely and I can't wait for it to be released.


A riveting performance, quietly poignant, yet radiating hope, anxiety, expectation, wry humour and sadness.

Emmeline Braefield gives a masterful and nuanced performance as Mel, a pressure cooker of anxiety, anger, pain and love right up to the very last - and very moving - moment 

(World Backwards)

Emmeline Braefield and Pippa Meekings surpassed themselves with their portrayals...They clearly relished their roles, and that was infectious. 

(As You Like It)


Phenomenal acting – it made me forget that it was only one person and a set stage;​

Emmeline's confident and edgy performance provokes laughter, and eventually, tears (After Aulis)

I thoroughly enjoyed Emmeline's Lady Olivia, whose irrepressible sense of humour and lust for life and love bubbled over despite her initial sadness. Her expressive face enchanted the audience. 

(Twelfth Night)

Emmeline Braefield... [was] faultless;

Hermia (Emmeline Braefield) is wonderfully passionate; bewitched, bothered and bewildered. 

(A Midsummer Night's Dream)

The pub girl-cum-floozy, Rosie Redmond (Emmeline Braefield) had such good delivery, I'd have her on my 'A' list. 

(The Plough and the Stars)

Emmeline Braefield is superb as Tranio

(Taming of the Shrew)