Miriam Gould is a theatre-maker, performer, musician and writer. She has tried to hide away in the woods, growing vegetables and getting blown about in the fields, but theatre-lights and dressing rooms have their undeniable charm.
Image credit: India Roper-Evans
Interview in Theatre Things
The lovely Theatre Things interviewed Miriam about Empty Room. Read the full article here.
Miriam has published her first article!!
In anticipation of Empty Room at The Cockpit for the Camden Fringe, Miriam has written about her parents, jazz, using music as a tool for survival and touching upon the challenges of making autobiographical work.
Read it here on the Jazz in Europe website.
TRAILER TRAILER TRAILER!!!!
Watch the trailer for Empty Room here
Filmed by Monir El Haimar at Battersea Arts Centre in June 2018
Miriam Gould is an Associate Artist of Little Bulb Theatre, co-Artistic Director of female theatre duo Double Trouble as well as a solo-artist, writer and freelance theatre-maker. She comes from a mixed American-Italian-Jewish background and currently resides in Somerset. She has collaborated with a number of artists, curators and companies such as Donald Hutera, Melanie Wilson and CBeebies. She is a musician (violin/viola/voice) and composer, whose music is integral to her theatre work. Miriam also plays with several bands and musicians and enjoys a good old-fashioned jam around a campfire no matter the weather.