Represented for acting by Bo at Boland and Reeve Boland and Reeve Boland & Reeve Ltd

Jubilee House,
197-213 Oxford St,
Soho, London W1D 2LF
 0203 9538480

Email: bo@bolandandreeve.co.uk
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http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0106573/  Louise Breckon – Richards

JUNE 21st Rich Mix 7.30pm I’m playing Anna and Violet in a rehearsed reading of ‘A place for we by Archie Maddox ( Bruntwood prize shortlisted play) 

Book here: A place for we



My Play Trace gets selected as rehearsed reading at The Tristan bates Theatre as part of their 12 days of Christmas festival of new writing. Directed by Alice Fitzgerald.


Feature film Time will tell. Premiered in Holland Nov 2017. Coming to UK soon





















Arcola Theatre July 2017 Playwrought 5 emerging playwrights festival with my play Fireblight directed by Alice Fitzgerald



















Reviews of Can you hear me running? Pleasance Theatre Oct 2016

Lovingly performed by Breckon Richards. She keeps it real throughout, she has an extraordinary capacity to draw the audience in. London Theatre 1     5***** review Can you hear me running? Pleasance Theatre Oct 2016

A frank, assured performer, she slips between playing herself and the other characters in her story with ease,  –  The stage

It’s a courageous, honest and very physical performance, – The blog of Theatre things

Louise Breckon-Richards’ performance is mesmerising, as she recalls everything in vivid detail, managing to effectively convey exactly how she is feeling – not always relying on the words but rather the movements and expressions as she moves across the space, saying a lot more than a thousand words could. There is certainly plenty of truth and frankness of everything that she goes through that shines through in her performance. Love London Love Culture

Alongside the narrative, photography and staging, she deserves heaps of praise for her performance, which is incredibly human and both funny and heartbreaking.  The upcoming

Personally, I found it incredibly moving. When I left the theatre, I wanted to sing, scream, call up a friend and pour every little thought I had into their ear. The play highlights the power that lies within our voices, and questions if we can truly be ourselves without it.  – Carns theatre passion 4 **** review

Other news!  Feature film, Time will tell, out 2017. More info below

For her Art work news please see her Page on this website.Art Work.

Louise is represented by Bo at Boland and Reeve

Jubilee House,
197-213 Oxford St,
London W1D 2LF
 0203 9538480
Email: bo@bolandandreeve.co.uk
Website: www.bolandandreeve.co.uk
Twitter: @bolandandreeve

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