Emily-Mae is a professional London-based Northern actress who won a Help Musicians UK Fleming Award in 2016. She is currently appearing in City of Angels. She is also well-versed in contemporary singing and dancing.
She joined the Arts Educational Schools, London in 2014, graduating with a BA Honours in Musical Theatre in 2017.
Emily-Mae played the role of Jenny in Cameron Wenn’s Street Scene in Jenny (2015); Sonja in Dan Jackson, Alistair and Cameron Wenn’s The Life (2016); ensemble in Laura Bangay, Ewan Jones and Paul Warwick Griffin’s The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2017); 1st cover Motormouth Maybelle/Dynamites in the national tour of Paul Kerryson’s Hairspray (2017); Ulla in Raz Shaw’s The Producers at The Royal Exchange (2018); Ronnette in Stephen Mear and Chester’s Little Shop of Horrors (2019); Paradice in Adam Haigh’s Brooklyn the Musical (Milton Morrisey Productions, 2019); Pippi in Helena Middleton and Jesse Jones’ Pippi Longstocking at the Royal and Derngate (2019).
Among her other stage credits is Florence Lancaster in Gemma Fairlie’s The Vortex (2016); ensemble in Lizzie Gee’s workshop for The Red Shoes (2015); Lily in Sam Mcavoy’s Geisha’s Gone Wild (2016).
In 2015, she was also part of the Oh! What a Wonderful Evening choir at the Theatre Royal.
Emily-Mae was a choir in BBC Radio 2’s Chris Evans Breakfast (2016).