Adrienne read Modern History at Oxford University then trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama (CSSD). She has appeared in a wide variety of modern and classical plays in the West End and throughout the UK, including Stephen Daldry’s Search and Destroy at the Royal Court. She also appeared in Charlton Heston’s A Man for All Seasons for US television.
She returned to CSSD to study on their postgraduate voice course, and now works mainly at RADA and the British American Drama Academy. She has also taught in the US, most recently as artist-in-residence at Wellesley College, Massachusetts.
In addition she gives private coaching to actors and works with corporate clients on accent reduction. Her great interest is in exploring the relationship between practical voice work and the use of language to reveal character and emotion.
Adrienne is a Kristin Linklater designated teacher, and is proud to be one of the few practitioners of this work in the UK.