Meet Our Young Critics

Posted on 11 October 2018

Following a call-out for young people with a passion for live performance to join our brand new Young Critics scheme, we’re thrilled to announce the five emerging creatives who will be part of the programme.

Kate Goodyer is a recent graduate from the University of Leicester with a BA in Film and Visual Arts. She is currently undertaking an MA in Investigative Journalism at De Montfort University. She has a passion for film, theatre and creative writing, and hopes eventually to work internationally for the BBC.

Georgina Monk recently graduated with a BA in English and Creative Writing from the University of Portsmouth, where she was Deputy Editor of student newspaper, The Galleon. She has a passion for musical theatre, and has participated in several youth and amateur performance groups, including Stratford-upon-Avon’s Rogues and Vagabonds.

Beth Smith is a recent English and Creative Writing graduate who can usually be found in theatres or bookshops with a notebook, scribbling down ideas. From pantos to musicals, she has always loved the theatre, with acting, costumes, lighting and sets, coming together in a magical experience that transports you to different worlds.

Brogan Gerrard has recently graduated from Leicester’s De Montfort University with a BA in Dance. She took part in the Midlands’ first ever youth performance of Starlight Express in the role of Dance Captain. She currently works as a dance teacher, choreographer and sports coach.

Mollie Davidson has recently graduated from University of Sheffield with a degree in English Literature. She was born in Coventry and has been a part of the Belgrade’s Youth Theatre. She is excited about the opportunity to write more, and to see a diverse range of shows at the Belgrade.