Phoebe Batteson-Brown Show Reel 

 A bit about Phoebe

Phoebe in a London based actress and comedian trained at Arts Educational Schools, as well as at Guildhall School of Music and Drama on the Shakespeare and Contemporary Theatre programme and on the Soho Theatre Comedy Lab Plus.


She has worked extensively on stage in London, in venues including the Arcola Theatre, Leicester Square Theatre and The Arts Theatre with new writing, classical work and most recently immersive theatre. She has also worked consistently in film, including her first indie feature, Early Bird, which premiered last August on London Live, in which she plays the female lead, Sasha, and award winning shorts such as Love Hate Date in which Phoebe also plays the lead, which won Best Comedy at Canberra Short Film Festival 2018.

Phoebe's most recent venture is LADYLIKES, a sketch comedy duo formed of her and Miztli Rose. Through weird and wacky characters, outlandish situations and a pitch of satire, LADYLIKES interrogates and plays with gender expectations and female relationships, celebrating womanhood in all its messy glory! They are proud to be Soho Young Company alumni, 2019 and 2020 Leicester Square Theatre Sketch Off! Semi-finalists, and 2019 Funny Women Short Film award nominees.

As well as an actress and comedian, Phoebe is also a voice over artist, with examples of her vocal talents demonstrated in the Enduring War Exhibition at the British Library. She also narrates the Fashion Business course DVD, 'My Fashion Business', works regularly for travel App, izi.Travel as a tour guide, and narrates an exciting new children's book, Henrietta, which was  published last year and The Kings Locket which is on sale on Amazon, iTunes and Audible.

Phoebe is also Artistic Associate of Metamorph Theatre Company which has had sell out new writing nights at the Bunker Theatre and the Arcola Theatre. Their first full length show The Good Landlord premiered at VAULT Festival February 2019 to glowing reviews and audience reception, as well as the Kings Head Theatre in July 2019.