Helena
Wilson

Helena Wilson makes a particularly strong impression as the spiky, clever Bolette, who is here achingly torn between the desire for further education in Europe and a sense of duty to stay and look after her father.

Paul Taylor
The Independent on The Lady from the Sea

Relative newcomers Ellie Bamber and Helena Wilson are particularly great as Wangel’s daughters Hilde and Bolette - the first hilariously brattish and over-emotional, the other radiantly decent and thoughtful.

ANDRZEJ LUKOWSKI
on The Lady from the Sea

 ...the joyfully scandalised Ann Welch (a great Helena Wilson).

Rosemary Waugh
The Stage on The Deep Blue Sea

Relative newcomers Ellie Bamber and Helena Wilson are particularly great as Wangel’s daughters Hilde and Bolette - the first hilariously brattish and over-emotional, the other radiantly decent and thoughtful.

ANDRZEJ LUKOWSKI
on The Lady from the Sea

 ...the joyfully scandalised Ann Welch (a great Helena Wilson).

Rosemary Waugh
The Stage on The Deep Blue Sea

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Theatre

Julia Neville 
Director .
National Theatre
Ann Welch 
Director Paul Foster
Chichester Festival Theatre
Measure for Measure
Ian Charleson Award Nominee
Marianna 
Director Josie Rourke
Starring
  • Jack Lowden
  • Hayley Atwell
  • The Donmar
    Jenny 
    Director Polly Findlay
    Starring
  • Rona Morison
  • The Donmar Warehouse
    Producer Michelle Barnette
    Director Jamie Armitage
    Tristan Bates Theatre
    Bolette 
    Director Kwame Kwei-Amah
    Starring
  • Ellie Bamber
  • Jonny Holden
  • The Donmar Warehouse
    Ophelia 
    Director David Leveaux
    Starring
  • Joshua McGuire
  • Daniel Radcliffe
  • The Old Vic

    Radio

    Miranda 
    Director Gaynor Macfarlane

    Broadcaster BBC Radio 3