Emily florence hutchings
Emily graduated with a BA Honours in Performing Arts (First Class) in 2012. She went on to play the role of the Teenage Girl who is brutally raped in the Off West End Awards nominated revival of David Edgar's Pentecost in 2012. Since then she has worked in classical theatre - playing Nina in The Seagull, Khelstakov in The Government Inspector and Katya in A Month In The Country. She's also starred in the role of The Silent Woman in Thomas Kilroy's Blake at The Young Vic. Her last theatre show, Eat, in which she played uptight and troubled Kate, has been selected for nomination for a Peter Brook Award for Innovation at the National Theatre Studio, and has captured the interest of Carol Tambor for a New York transfer. Most recently she has focused on screen work, working on a period short with Spool Films with acclaimed British actress Lizzie Berrington, and cutting her teeth on factual entertainment, broadcast worldwide, for a new show on MTV. She is currently working on a fictional short film with Channel 4 to raise awareness about domestic violence, and is also set to get her first major break in her appearance in the supporting role of Amanda in Universal Studios film The Middle Man alongside Jason Statham out later this year. For NoLogoProductions she has played Gemma in Boxes at London Theatre Workshop and is now playing Fran in the 2016 production of After We Danced.