Barbara Marten

Mrs Birling

Theatre includes: King John, Gabriel, Henry IV Part I & II, Bedlam, (Globe), Hamlet, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, A Conversation, The Winter's Tale (Royal Exchange), Get Up & Tie Your Fingers (Customs House), The Awkward Squad (West End), Heldenplatz (Arcola), The Enemies Within, Some Kind of Hero (Young Vic), The Glass Menagerie (Lyceum, Edinburgh),Broken Glass (Bolton Octagon), Macbeth, Caitlin (York Theatre Royal), The Crucible, Masterpieces (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Self Portrait (Orange Tree, Richmond), The Children's Hour (Derby Playhouse), The Accrington Pals (Oldham Colliseum), War and Peace (National Theatre), The Colour of Light (Martin Sherman, Cardiff), Women Talking (Sheffield Crucible).               

Television Includes: The Mill (Two Series), Frankie, Kidnap and Ransom, Vera, Whitechapel, Public Enemies, Five Days, Waking the Dead, The Street, Law & Order, Silent Witness, Goldplaited, Dalziel and Pascoe, Eastenders, Faith, Rome, The Royal, The Brontes, The Bill (Series regular), The Debt, Fat Friends II, Flesh Blood and Magic, A is for Acid, Bob and Rose, Fat Friends, Badger II, Where the Heart Is, Casualty, The Colour of Light, Goodbye my Love, Medics, Band of Gold, How We Used to Live, Harry, Love and Reason, Life and Times of Henry Pratt, Emmerdale, No Crying He Makes, Brookside, Coronation Street, The Practice, Month in the Country, Lovebirds, Eurocops, Cristabel, Home Run  and Fifteen Shades.

Film includes: Oranges and Sunshine, A Passionate Woman, Mother Mine and Between Two Women

Barbara Marten