Motherline Artist – Katherine Carlton

Katherine was a member of the Peer Productions company 2009-2010. From here she went on to train at LAMDA and graduated in 2013. Her first professional job was for Mark Rylance in his version of Much Ado about Nothing at The Old Vic in the summer of 2013.  Since then, Katherine has worked with Mischief Theatre in the West End, toured the U.K. and worked regionally. Katherine also works in computer games and leads the cast in ground-breaking Virtual Reality release The Invisible Hours. Credits include: Much Ado About Nothing (The Old Vic), Followers (Southwark Playhouse), Grandad, Me and Teddy Too(Polka Theatre), The Lone Pine Club (Pentabus), All That Lives (Oval House), Inkheart (HomeMCR), Peter Pan Goes Wrong(Mischief Comedy), The Railway Children (Number 1 U.K. tour), Seesaw (Unicorn Theatre), Three Days in the Country (The Old Laundry), Alcatraz (The Vaults), The Invisible Hours (Tequila Works). She has also has been involved in the development of new work for The RSC, The Young Vic and Polka Theatre as well as working with artistic director of Peer Productions, Nina Lemon on new play Love, Beauty, Attraction. Katherine has worked with Peer Productions for a number of years specialising in Shakespeare. She leads the company in workshops to develop their skills with his language and prepare them for their drama school auditions.