Olivier Award winner Patsy Ferran recently starred as Eliza Doolittle in George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion at The Old Vic in London.
Previously, Patsy starred as Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire at the West End’s Phoenix Theatre, directed by Olivier and Critics’ Circle Award winner Rebecca Frecknall (Cabaret).
Patsy’s other theatre credits include Three Sisters; Summer and Smoke (Almeida and West End, Olivier Award for Best Actress, Critics’ Circle Award for Best Actress); Camp Siegfried (The Old Vic); A Christmas Carol (Bridge Theatre); 15 Heroines: The Labyrinth (Jermyn Street Theatre); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Broadway); My Mum’s A Twat (Royal Court); Speech and Debate (Trafalgar Studios); As You Like It; Treasure Island (National Theatre); The Merchant Of Venice (RSC); The Angry Brigade (Paines Plough); and Blithe Spirit (also West End).
Her film credits include Living; White Bird; Mothering Sunday; Tom and Jerry; How to Build a Girl; Darkest Hour; God’s Own Country; Tulip Fever; and The National Phobia Association’s Day Out.
Patsy’s TV credits include Will; Guerrilla; Jamestown; Black Narcissus; Life After Life.
Patsy won the Most Promising Newcomer in 2014 and was nominated for an Emerging Talent Award at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in 2015.
Patsy Ferran News
The actor had just a week to rehearse for A Streetcar Named Desire. Fortunately, her turn as tragic belle Blanche DuBois has audiences enchanted(Miriam Gillinson, The Guardian, 20/03/2023) - The interview
When the actor accepted the role of Blanche DuBois opposite Paul Mescal, she had just four days to rehearse. Then she knocked the critics’ socks off(Dominic Maxwell, The Times, 17/03/2023) - The interview