Interview: Amy Trigg, 2nd Woman of Corinth in Medea

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We’re bringing you a bonus episode with Amy Trigg who is currently part of the chorus, playing 2nd Woman of Corinth, in the West End revival of Medea.

Amy is performing alongside Sophie Okonedo and Ben Daniels in  Dominic Cooke’s production which runs at @SohoPlace. 


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Amy most recently received huge acclaim for Reasons You Should(n’t) Love Me (Kiln Theatre) which she wrote and starred in, winning The Women’s Prize for Playwriting 2020. 

Her theatre credits also include: The Taming of the Shrew (RSC); Measure for Measure (RSC); Goth Weekend (The Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough/Live Theatre, Newcastle); The Who’s Tommy (Tour); The Glass Menagerie (Nottingham Playhouse); Shakespeare Within The Abbey (Westminster Abbey with Shakespeare’s Globe); The Sonnet Walks (Shakespeare’s Globe); Fusion (Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadler’s Wells); The Joy of Dance (Lyric Hammersmith) and Sadler’s Wells Takeover Weekend (National Theatre’s River Stage).

On screen she has been seen inThe F**k It BucketUnforgottenCasualtyThe Other OneSuch Brave GirlsFeel GoodUnprecedentedStella, Doctors, Street DogsMamma Mia! Here We Go Again and Pas De Deux.

Amy is a wheelchair user and her incredible work is breaking down doors whilst inspiring so many people.

Media runs at @SohoPlace until 22nd April. Visit for info and tickets. 

Hosted by Andrew Tomlins. 

Thanks for listening! 


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