Sharon Eckman is an actor and singer who has worked extensively in theatre, radio and concert in the West End, touring and abroad.
Theatre includes: Lend Me a Tenor (Gielgud), Entertaining Mr. Sloane (Trafalgar Studios), Storm’s Eye (King’s Place – also co-creator), Richard The First (Southill Park), Company (Hackney Empire), A View from the Bridge (Clwyd Theatr Cymru), Photo-Me (Riverside Studios), Critical Mass (Almeida), Assassins (New End) The Sound of Music (West Yorkshire Playhouse) Measure for Measure (Cambridge Arts).
Radio/concert solo work includes: Danny Elfman’s music for the films of Tim Burton (RAH); Sondheim: Inside Out (RFH), A Bernstein Celebration (Barbican), The Good Companions (BBC Radio 3), Sweeney Todd (RFH), Hidden Verses (Clwyd Theatr Cymru) Friday Night is Music Night (BBC Radio 2), Pal Joey/On Your Toes (Brighton Festival) and two solo appearances at the BBC Proms with the John Wilson Orchestra.
Sharon is also a writer. She was Time Out Travel Writer of the Year and her non-fiction has been published in broadsheets and magazines. She has been longlisted and shortlisted for several competitions and her short fiction has appeared in a number of publications. She also comprises 1/4 of the Word Factory social media team and will never read anything where a dog dies.