Caroline Harding

19 Jan 2015

Caroline’s theatre credits include: The Plantagenets, King John, Mary and Lizzie, Much Ado About Nothing and Some Americans Abroad (Royal Shakespeare Company ), A Doll’s House (Wolsey, Ipswich) The Crucible (Leicester Haymarket) Death of a Salesman and Frankie and Johnnie (Octagon Theatre Bolton), The Real Thing (Library Theatre Manchester), All My Sons (Oxford Stage Company), Betrayal and The Secret Rapture (Millstream Theatre National Tour), House of Ghosts (Calibre Productions), The Clandestine Marriage (Bristol Old Vic)  Max Klapper and The Great Highway (Gate Theatre, London) Two Sisters (24:7 Theatre Festival), Pretty Witty Nell, Postcards from Maupassant (Two Friends Productions – National Tours)

Television credits include: Doctors (BBC), Emmerdale (ITV), Holby City (BBC), Mount Pleasant (Sky), Scott and Bailey (ITV), Casualty (BBC), Spooks (BBC), Cold Blood (ITV), Bad Mother’s Handbook (Television Ruby), The Royal (ITV), Strictly Confidential (Channel 4), Life on Mars (BBC), Eastenders (BBC), Fish (BBC), Dangerfield (BBC), Degrees of Error (BBC), A Touch of Frost (BBC), The Buddha of Suburbia (BBC) and Waiting For God (BBC).

Radio Credits include: 1834 (BBC) and Share and Share Alike (BBC).

Caroline is co-founder of Two Friends Productions.  She has written three plays for the company: Postcards from Maupassant, Two Sisters (nominated for Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards) and Pretty Witty Nell (a one woman play about the life of Nell Gwynn).

 

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