Anna-Kate Golding graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2019. She has recently starred as Stoke-on-Trent paintress Peggy in the Sky Original feature film ‘The Colour Room’ opposite Phoebe Dynevor and David Morrissey. Other TV work includes playing Wendy in the Sky Arts series ‘Urban Myths: Handel and Hendrix’ opposite David Haig and Matthew Steer.
In 2022 she starred in the Freight Theatre's critically acclaimed "brilliant" and "beautifully crafted" sell-out two-woman show 'Move Fast and Break Things' at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The show featured in the Observer's round-up of Festival highlights and received 5 stars from The Recs who said it was "must see...powerful and thought provoking". The experimental new play told the story of Amit Patel, who invented Search and made Google $1.7 trillion...and then disappeared off the face of the internet.
Her theatrical credits include playing Rosencrantz in a unique production of ‘Hamlet’ for young audiences at the National Theatre, the lead role of Lizzy in ‘Extra Time’ at Derby Theatre and Rudy in ‘Mr Maglump’ at the Bristol Old Vic. She also performed in ‘Love’s Pilgrimage’ at the Sam Wanamaker Festival at Shakespeare’s Globe in 2019 as part of a series of shows featuring selected graduates from the top UK drama schools.
Anna-Kate was also the 2019 recipient of the prestigious Peter Ackerman Award, given annually for outstanding comedy performances by Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Anna-Kate is from the East Midlands and has a native Derby accent.
Move Fast and Break Things (Edinburgh Festival) (Theatre, 2022) – Tech Cube Zero, Summerhall
The Colour Room (Film, 2021) – 'Peggy', Sky Original/Sky Cinema
Extra Time (Derby Theatre, 2021) (Theatre, 2021) – 'Lizzy', Derby Theatre
Urban Myths: Handel and Hendrix (TV, 2020) – 'Wendy', Sky Arts
Mr Maglump (Bristol Old Vic 2020) (Theatre, 2020) – 'Rudy', Bristol Old Vic
Hamlet - Primary Theatre (National Theatre, 2020) (Theatre, 2020) – 'Rosencrantz', National Theatre
Love's Pilgrimage (Shakespeare's Globe, 2019) (Theatre, 2019) – 'Theo', Shakespeare's Globe as part of the Sam Wanamaker Festival
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