January 2018: Graduation
The Arts Ed 2017 MA Acting cohort graduated at The Barbican Centre on January 29.
January 2018: a scene from Ten is scratched at Battersea Arts Centre
Co-written by Davinia Hamilton and Vikesh Godhwani, TEN is a one-woman show that experiments with narrative form to address themes such as memory, grief, love and homelessness.
December 2017: Davinia Performs in The Snow Queen in High Wycombe
Produced by Dread Falls Theatre, The Snow Queen was a piece of new writing by Victoria Snaith, featuring beautiful puppetry, magical sets, and compelling physical theatre.
November 2017: Davinia covers the role of agave in The Bacchae at COLAB Factory, london
Bacchanalia Theatre invites you on a journey as Dionysus; The God of wine and ecstasy, descends on Earth bringing colour and light to the strict city of Thebes. Come and explore myths brought to life in this immersive adaptation of Euripides’ classic, steeped in neon and nocturnal satisfaction.
JULY 2017: Davinia performs the role of jo in the World premiere of applause by poppy corbett at arts ed london
Applause was commissioned by Arts Ed and Deirdre McLaughlin, and is a farce based behind the scenes of a major national daily variety show.
April 2017: Davinia performs in revolting women at battersea arts centre homegrown festival
Co-devised by Davinia Hamilton, Vikesh Godhwani, Bettina Paris, Chantelle Micallef-Grimaud, Francesca Fenech and Eve Niker, Revolting Women is a statement on the lived experience of being a woman in the 21st century and the microaggressions one must face as a consequence of that identity.
February 2017: Davinia performs in SPECIFIQ'S The Neath at the Vault Festival
The ‘Neath was an immersive experience produced and curated by SPECIFIQ and Dean Rodgers (HEIST, Time Run, The Crystal Maze Live Experience) for VAULT Festival 2017. The 'Neath sold out over its week-long run and was awarded the prestigious 'Spirit of the Festival Award'.
September 2016: Davinia enrols on the MA Acting Course at Arts Ed London
ArtsEd's one year intensive MA Acting degree is validated by City, University of London.
APril 2016: Davinia performs the role of Ariel in Such Stuff at capstan house, london
An immersive, site-specific, free-roaming adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tempest, Such Stuff enjoyed a sold-out run of audiences totalling almost 1500 over the course of 12 performances, with some audience members returning six times to see as much as possible of the eight hours of unique action.