Jennifer Kay


Jennifer is from Bolton but has since crossed the Pennines and lives in Halifax.


She is an actor and physical theatre performer with experience of lengthy tours, rep, corporate work, commercials and short films. 


Jennifer is working on her own Arts Council England funded project Nothing Special - a semi-autobiographical movement-driven solo show about why she isn’t a hero. It’s funnier than it sounds.

Her work includes a Mountain:Signal Fires a promenade piece for New Earth, a monologue for The Royal Exchange’s Memories of Partition and the role of an army veteran in Stage 2: Super Civvy Land, a stop-motion animation short film aiming to increase support for PTSD sufferers.

She is an established movement director whose credits include 10 Nights (The

Bush/Tamasha/Graeae) directed by Kash Arshad which was Olivier nominated, 13 (ALRA North 3rd years), Full English (Bent Architect, Kala Sangam, Bradford), An Adventure (Bolton Octagon).

She is a visiting movement tutor at ALRA (North) and is a Creative Facilitator for Hubbub Theatre, Derby an integrated ensemble of learning disabled and non disabled performers.

You can view her movement website at

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