...Lowri is also performing her self-written solo show, 'Words, words, words', directed by Anna Marsland (Assistant Director RSC/Globe and Resident Director of Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time).
It opened at the Etcetera Theatre as a work-in-progress ahead of its launch at the King's Head in April 2016 and a week's run at the Leicester Square Theatre. In March 2018 there was a successful run, despite the snow, as part of the Vault Festival at the Waterloo Theatre. The next show is in Stratford Upon Avon in January 2019.
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So far it has received the following reviews:
"It was so intelligent and heartfelt with a beautiful, seamlessly relatable application of Shakespeare's language. I found it a truly original and grounding articulation of the grieving process - brave and honest." - Xanthe Edmunds
"A beautiful, delicate and honest account of loss and grief with intelligent and seamless intertwining of Shakespearean speeches, which support and illuminate the emotional state and journey through Lowri's story. Lowri engages us in a very direct and intimate way, which immediately impacts on the heart, whilst the well sculptured use of language allows us great insights into her wonderful mind" - Silvana Maimone
Lowri is a graduate both of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Cambridge University. She has just appeared in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at the Arts Theatre West End, having previously reprised her role as Alma Rose (famous violinist and head of the women's orchestra at Auschwitz) in the two-hander 'The Devil's Chord' which received the following reviews:
"the female that was performing, she was stunning. I've never actually seen anyone quite like her. She cried, she really lived through every single moment and I've never, ever, seen anyone perform...I don't think it was a performance I think she really was there, live. She was stunning".
While at Cambridge, she performed in 35 plays with the ADC and Footlights and was listed in Procter and Gamble's Varsity Top 100, a list of ‘one hundred of the most talented, influential and hard-working students at Cambridge’:
"One of the friendliest faces in Cambridge theatre, Lowri Amies is a four-plays-a-term girl - there will be few theatregoers in the city who have not appreciated her genius at some point".
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