'W. E. Harrison' in 'The Erpingham Camp'

Heather started performing at a very early age by singing and reciting at local and national Eisteddfodau. In 1998, on completing a BTEC National in Performing Arts she then pursued a Degree in ‘Performing Arts in the Community’ at the University of East London, Stratford. Since her return to Aberystwyth in 2003 she has performed with Cyrff Ystwyth Dance Company, Castaway Community Theatre, and has crewed backstage on various Aberystwyth Arts Centre shows.

Heather joined Louche Theatre, (Director Harry Durnall) in 2010 playing various ensemble parts (Tom Jones), Mrs Sydall (Roses of Eyam), Mrs Beynon and Mrs Dai Bread 1 (Under Milk Wood), Aunty Bessie (A Child’s Christmas in Wales), ensemble characters (Lillies on the Land), the castaway (Twelfth Night -Louche's RSC Open Stages production), Director/Script Editor/Mary Porter (A Portrait of Dylan) – Louche’s Dylan 100 Celebrations), and more recently Meg Trueblood (Treasure Island).

Her first experience at the Edinburgh Fringe was in 2003 when she played Casandra (True Blood) written and directed by Triche Kehoe Director of Debacle Theatre Company, East London. 13 years later Heather is now looking forward to a new adventure with Louche Theatre’s ‘Erpingham Camp’ production for the Fringe.