Danielle Farrow                          
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With an Austrian mother, English father and a move to Scotland at age 7, as a child Danielle used to say she was 'all mixed up'. As an adult she can see the benefits of such a mix in a variety of influences and expanse of outlook.

This first led to a degree in philosophy (MA, University of Edinburgh), but the joys of performance - found at the University's Bedlam Theatre - held the strongest allure and Danielle began her training as an actor, which includes a degree from Manchester School of Theatre, where she studied under Niamh Dowling.
 
Danielle continues to develop her craft, learning via workshops led by others as well as through her own coaching (see discoverfineacting.com). During her Manchester stay, Danielle also performed as a tribal bellydancer (with the Urban Gypsies) and has explored various dance styles.

Danielle is passionate about Shakespeare (see actingshakespeare.wordpress.com) and loves scripts - classical and modern - that have language she can taste.

A member of Equity and Spotlight, Danielle is also an Associate Artist with Tightlaced Theatre and a co-founder of the Actors' Kitchen. As a panel member, she assists the SCDA annually, was involved with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust's 'Ask Shakespeare' project (2011) and joined RNIB Talking Books in May 2013.