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.
She is an Associate Artist of Little Bulb Theatre (www.littebulbtheatre.com) and a solo-artist as well as a writer and musician. Her love-affair with her violin is now an open relationship with a viola and a mandolin. She sings whenever she can, on stage, round a fire, in a studio, in the hills…
Previous theatre work includes:
With Little Bulb: Orpheus (Battersea Arts Centre, Salzburg Festival, UK tour) and The Night that Autumn Turned to Winter (Bristol Old Vic)
Solo: Empty Room (a show about her jazz musician parents)
And various collaborations with directors and composers.
She has written a novel, as yet unpublished and is in the process of composing a soundtrack to accompany it. She is also featured on various albums (incl. Little Bulb’s Album Project, Dominic Conway’s Seasalter, Lapis Lazuli’s Alien). She has randomly also been the violinist for the Cbeebies Christmas Panto. Life is a funny and adventurous beast.