Rebekah left University with an MA in English Literature and then trained as an actor at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Actors Gateway.
Since then she has successfully worked across a variety of platforms, in theatre, radio and film as an actor, musician, model and as producer.
Rebekah created and produced the short film Aliyah,a narrative dance piece performed with the violin that explores an individual’s struggle for creative freedom.
She is passionate about issues of gender inequality which has shaped her interests and work.
In 2015 she founded the Identity Collective uniting young London artists across disciplines. Rebekah co-wrote and produced their first production, Why Not Us?- a multi disciplinary stage play. The show premiered at Ugly Duck, London Bridge before transferring to The Space Theatre in 2017 and was supported by Arts Council England. Currently she is working with Old Lamp Entertainment and producing a successful run of ‘The Crystal Egg Live’- a multi media, immersive show at The Vaults theatre in London.
Bold and Courageous women: changing the narrative.
In an industry that is being forced to reassess the importance of women and their narratives, it is vital that we see the power of our own agency to change culture and affect the narrative of a wider story. Rebekah’s route into the industry has so far been unconventional and she will share the journey of faith that led her to this point. Emphasising the importance of the role of Christian women in the world of media.