Bethan Nash


Bethan Nash

Bethan was born in London and brought up in Derbyshire. She trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where she was the recipient of the Julian Slade Music Award in 2011 and the Peter O’Toole Prize in 2015.

Theatre Credits include: the all female production of the new Beth Flintoff play POLSTEAD for Eastern Angles; Eliza Dolittle, MY FAIR LADY, The Mill at Sonning; Emma, in Jane Austen’s EMMA, No.1 UK Tour; Tracy Lord, HIGH SOCIETY, The Mill at Sonning; Wendy, NEVERLAND, Lakeside Arts Nottingham; Juliet, ROMEO AND JULIET, The Theatre Royal Bath - The Egg / Assembly Edinburgh Fringe Festival; Susan SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS, Bristol Old Vic Theatre; Julie, LONDON ROAD, Bristol Old Vic Theatre; The Woman, THE RIVER, Tobacco Factory. For Oddsocks Theatre Company: Ophelia, HAMLET and 1st Witch/Ross, MACBETH, National Tour. For Derby Theatre:MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, BROKEN HEARTED and THE SNOW QUEEN.

TV credits include: a guest lead in Casualty, BBC; LONDON ROAD FILM, Rufus Norris and the National Theatre.

Short films include: 'Stories Of The Subconscious Mind' Curt Dennis, Amazon UK & USA, 'Crash Cam' Tia Salisbury; The Mediterranean Sea’, (nominated for best foreign film LAIFFA and for the 'Shooting People' film of the month) Tia Salisbury; 48 HOURS, Jayne Chard.