Danielle graduated from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2013, having previously attained a BA in English Language and Literature from Newcastle University.
Since graduating she has worked extensively in new writing projects, including Before The Fire Burns Out with The Cheltenham Everyman, Civil Rogues with The Pleasance, and Miniaturists at The Arcola Theatre. She is also dedicated to making exciting, innovative rural theatre, working with Pentabus in her home county of Shropshire on their Young Writers’ Festival, and touring with Spinning Wheel Theatre. Her most recent work includes comedy podcast Hector Vs the Future and devising The Mischief Before Christmas with State of Play at York Theatre Royal.
Danielle created the role of Her in And So Forth’s inaugural piece, Damsel/Wife/Witch, which premiered at the Asylum, Peckham, in 2015. She has also performed extracts of the piece at the Arts Theatre and as part of the And So Forth Launch at St James’ Sussex Gardens.
Her upcoming projects include narrating and producing audiobooks, and researching an independent new writing project.