Ahead of their debut show, LEGO Beach, we sat down with INKBLOC Ensemble to discover a little more about this year’s Made in Bristol troupe.
Here we caught up with Zoe to find out all about her Bristol Old Vic theatre background.
Where have you studied?
Dance and Performing Arts A Levels at North Bristol Post 16 Centre.
What this year is for you?
A very exciting start to something new that will hopefully lead to amazing things! (We know it will!)
Favourite thing about Made in Bristol/ INKBLOC?
Having so many talented, hardworking, crazy and fantastic friends around me that I get to make theatre with. It’s amazing to be a part of a company where we are all fast friends; it makes the working environment so much more enjoyable!
Plans for the future?
Next year I plan to take a proper year out, maybe do some travelling, and then the year after that I will audition for drama school to hopefully do musical theatre.
Something interesting about you or a skills you have?
I have been singing for almost 10 years and can hit a top D.
What you have done at the Bristol Old Vic/Your involvement there outside of Made in Bristol?
I’ve been involved with the Young Company for 5 years and done 3 shows with them: The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil, St Joan of the Stockyard and The Love of the Nightingale.