Currently directing an R&D for An Orange in the Subway by Owen Thomas.
Soon to be appearing in When the Rain Stops Falling with Red Dog Theatre Company
The Old Fire Station, Oxford: oldfirestation.org.uk/whats-on/when-the-rain-stops-falling
Cheltenham Everyman Irving Studio: everymantheatre.org.uk/m-shows/when-the-rain-stops-falling
Previously: Miranda The Tempest (Stroud Shakespeare Festival, The Dell RSC: Kate Raw); Book Clubber Robinson (Give It a Name Theatre, Chapter Arts: Mathilde Lopez May); Head Girl School of Music: Live! (Cheltenham Music and Literature Festivals, St. Georges, Bristol, Bath Children’s Literature Festival, Barnes Children’s Literature Festival ); Musician Shoulder to Shoulder (Croome Court); Luz Journey of Trilice (RWCMD); Actor- Musician High-Society (Cotswold Players); Ensemble What I Go to School For-The Busted Musical (Brighton Theatre Royal YMTUK: Steven Dexter), Actor-Musician Macbeth (Edinburgh Fringe Festival YMTUK: Stuart Harvey), Dancer Harvest Fire (Aberdeen International Youth Festival YMTUK: Lewis Barfoot).
Director: Hands and Feet (Tap and instrumental trio, co-founder); An Orange in the Subway by Owen Thomas (Young Artist’s Festival at The Other Room, Cardiff); Wanker Magic by Paul Robbie Stoyle, rehearsed reading, (Young Artist’s Festival at The Other Room, Cardiff); Gloucestershire Symphony Orchestra Children’s Concert Series: Red Riding Hood, Three Little Pigs, Lieutenant Kijé (Director, narrator and soloist); Global Citizenship (International Youth Day Conference, Illorin, Nigeria)
Lydia trained with the Young Actor's Studio at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She studied singing (Estill Method) with Tim Richards.
Academy of Performance Combat (APC) qualifications in Advanced Unarmed, Advanced Knife (Rec), Advanced Axe, Advanced Rapier and Cloak, Advanced Sword and Axe, Intermediate Sword and Buckler, and Intermediate Sword and Shield.
Lydia holds Distinctions in RAD Intermediate Ballet, RAD Grade 8 Ballet and ISTD Intermediate Tap. She was on the National Youth Dance Wales Step Up programme 2017/18 for ballet and contemporary dance with Kerry Nicholls. She was a South West Young Choreographer 2018.
British Sign Language Level 1 2019