Janet Etuk

Janet (she/her) trained on the Acting and Contemporary Theatre course at East 15. Janet is currently playing Anne Bullen in Henry VIII. She recently won 4 Best Actress awards for her performance in COLD: a Digital Theatre piece created by Open Sky Theatre and produced by Turtle Key Arts.

Other theatre credits include An Improbable Musical (Royal & Derngate); TAO of Glass (Royal Exchange Theatre for MIF Festival / Heath Ledger Theatre for Perth Festival); Satyagraha (English National Opera); The Language Of Kindness (Shoreditch Town Hall and UK Tour); Reasons To Stay Alive (ETT/Sheffield Theatress/UK Tour); Dinomania (New Diorama); LOVE (National Theatre, Birmingham Rep, UK and European Tour); Gastronomic (Norwich Theatre Royal); The Scar Test (Soho Theatre); A Cracked Plaster Sky (Omnibus Theatre); The Love I Feel Is Red (Tobacco Factory); Doing The Idiots (National Theatre Studio); SEALAND (Arcola Theatre); SHEMEHE (National Theatre of Georgia, Tbilisi); Thomas Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy (Old Red Lion Theatre); The Four Minute Mile (Oxford Playhouse); and Beyond Caring (The Yard Theatre, National Theatre and Birmingham Rep).

Film credits include LOVE (BBC, Cuba Pictures); COLD (Turtle Key Arts); The Kids Are Alright (Encounter/FUEL); Mute Film series: TURN ON (76 Ltd); The Souvenir (The Souvenir Film Ltd); and Expecting (Cestoda Productions).

Writing credits include Mkpa Mbiet (Southwark Playhouse, Arcola and Oval Theatre); The Coconut Series (Alchemist’s ‘Writers On Hold’ Online Festival); and Kim 2.0 (Arcola Theatre, ‘Today I’m Wiser’ Festival).

Directing credits include Blue Beneath My Skin (Bunker Theatre); One For Sorrow (Co-direction for Blue Elephant Theatre); Unstable Table’s Diary Entries (Co-direction for Notting Hill Gate Cinema); and Catnip (Co-direction for Arts Theatre London).