Kate Willoughby

Actor, writer, proud Yorkshirewoman & part-time suffragette

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NEW PROJECT

Filed in Uncategorized by on November 23, 2020 0 Comments
NEW PROJECT

Twitter | Instagram | Email Lockdown Fuels Positive Creativity: What’s inspired YOU during Lockdown? I am so excited to be part of the 10 #ImagineFund community Culture Mile projects in the City of London, working with actor/poet Natasha Anne Kelleher. My project will ask Culture Mile residents to reflect on what has helped them through this year, collecting their responses in […]

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In conversation with…

Filed in #Emilymatters, Writing by on July 9, 2020 0 Comments
In conversation with…

Twitter | Instagram | Email In conversation with Emilija Ellen Emilija Ellen is an actor, voice-over artist and producer. She plays Sarah in my new project, which was devised during the UK’s Covid-19 Lockdown. It’s Mandy’s 50th Birthday celebration and you’re invited!  At its heart, this story aims to empower anyone — directly or indirectly—  affected by domestic abuse, such as […]

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From the heart

Filed in Uncategorized by on May 6, 2020 0 Comments
From the heart

Twitter | Instagram | Email An empowering story, from the heart: The short drama I have created during the Covid-19 lockdown highlights domestic abuse. It has an urgent and positive message, that I hope you will help me to share. Join Mandy’s nearest and dearest,as they celebrate her 50th birthday,in a story for today that celebratesfamily, friendship and hope.#YouAreNotAlone […]

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Lockdown project

Filed in Uncategorized by on May 6, 2020 0 Comments
Lockdown project

Twitter | Instagram | Email You are not alone: Now is not the time to look away, worrying that you may be making a fuss over nothing. “This was a 24/7 event before the pandemic and women and children are at increased risk at the moment because they have fewer opportunities to connect with friends and family and go […]

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