Michelle is an actor and a theatre maker.
Performances with Coney include: Early Days (of a better nation) (Battersea Arts Centre), House of Cards (Kensington Palace), Crack the Code, FuturePlay and Adventure 1, A Tail of Two Cities (City of London). Other theatre performances include: Broadeningand Inhabitance as part of Peter Dunne’s Complicity Trilogy (Project Arts Centre), Kill your Speed (Theatre Delicatessen/Camden People’s Theatre), Eerie (Smock Alley Theatre), Merger Talks (Old Red Lion Theatre), The Eye Test (Shoreditch Town Hall). For the 2016 Bram Stoker Festival, Michelle created Nightmare Plants, an immersive performance in the Victorian glasshouses of The National Botanic Gardens of Ireland. It told the story of nature’s power to poison, seduce and intoxicate. On the 300th year anniversary of the first lonely heart advert, Michelle co-created Reply to PO Box 49, a promenade theatrical experience, exploring how people have advertised for love through the decades.