Amber-Rose is a theatre maker, producer, facilitator, performer, director of Lots of Odds, a Theatre Company that creates work for children and young people, with countless amounts of experience working with children and young people. Having studied an MA in Theatre for Young Audiences at Rose Bruford, she pioneers high quality, accessible children's theatre, and continues to challenge adult's notions of what TYA is.
Adaptable, well organised and efficient-she delivers and develops projects using new and innovative approaches. She specialises in creating work that is relatable to all, engaging in exciting adventures and building on new platforms everyday. With a strong ambition to share stories around the country, she aims to reach as many young people as possible with bold, honest and relatable theatre.
With five years experience producing and administrating small-mid scale touring theatre pieces for young audiences she continues to follow her passion to create, excite and share accessible quality arts for children and families. Productions include Up In The Attic, an actor musician show for 3-6's, People Are People, a show for ages 13+ that explored gender-identity and equality, The Girl & The Giraffe, which tackles mental health for 3-6's and families and The Goose Who Flew, which focuses on integration, community and empathy. Venues visited include Lyric Hammersmith, Bath Egg, Birmingham MAC and The Lowry.