Bronte Appleby is an actor, theatre maker and facilitator. She trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.
She has worked with a number of established theatre companies and arts organizations both in the UK and Internationally. These include Contact Theatre, Sick! Festival, Boundless Theatre, BBC, VAULT Festival, Aua Wierleben Theatre Festival and Bakehouse Factory. She was the Artistic Director of Lowhurst Productions and Head Producer at Liberty Rep.
Her debut play 'Cock of the Walk' was scratched at venues across the North West and her most recent play 'Have A Break, Have A KitKat' received funding from Arts Council England to assist its development. She is Creative Associate at Switch_MCR and is developing new, accessible work with them.
She likes to make work that examines taboo and complex topics in fun, mindful and dynamic forms.
Aside from working as a freelance facilitator, she also tutors a handful of young people in the region in English and Drama preparing them for everything from SATS to A-Levels.
She currently lives in Manchester with bases in Bristol and London. She hates writing in third person but needs must, y'know?