Interview: Meaghan Martin, Julie in Smoke at the Southwark Playhouse

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Meaghan Martin is currently starring in Smoke by Kim Davies at the Southwark Playhouse.

A modern adaptation of Miss Julie, Smoke asks audiences to question our pre-conceived conceptions around BDSM communities. With a series of Q&As involving sex positive activists, and BDSM advocates, this production aims to tackle notable prejudices such as kink shaming.

Júlia Levai and Polina Kalinina co-direct the production in which Meaghan stars opposite her real life partner, actor Oli Higginson.


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Meaghan began her career working on screen in the US, with her credits including 10 Things I Hate About You, Dear Lemon Lima, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and Mean Girls 2. 

Meaghan relocated to London and studied acting at LAMDA. Her theatre credits include Never Not Once and The Actor’s Nightmare (Park Theatre) and The Least We Could Do (The Other Palace).

Smoke runs at the Park Theatre until 25th February 2023. Visit for info and tickets. 

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