• This event not only provided an interesting 90-minute walk around a historic town but challenged the barriers of perception and got people to look at the town in which they live in a new light.

    Oxfordshire Times

Kate Kerrow

Kate trained as an actor at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and has a degree in English Literature. She also holds a Masters degree in Creative Writing from Goldsmiths University of London, where she won the Pat Kavanagh Award for her novel. She was a recipient of The Jerwood Charitable Foundation’s Mentorship Award, which granted her a year’s mentorship from award-winning writer, Rebecca Lenkiewicz, and her work has been produced in the UK and America, where she was an artist-in-residence with The British International Theatre Program. Her plays have been listed for The Bruntwood Prize and BBC Writer’s Room. For Creation Theatre Company she has adapted Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, The Brothers Grimm’s Cinderella and Bram Stoker’s Dracula. She currently runs The Heroine Collective, an online publication which documents women’s contributions to social and political change. The Heroine Collective partnered with Scary Little Girls in 2018-19 on a Heritage Lottery funded project to gather the oral histories of the women of Greenham Common Peace Camp and develop a website and exhibition to disseminate these stories.