Sophie Stone

Sophie Stone is one of our two guest editors for our Deaf anthology, What Meets the Eye? The Deaf perspective.

She is Co-Founder of Deaf & Hearing Ensemble Theatre Company and Associate Artist for The Watermill Theatre.

Theatre includes: The Living Newspaper (The Royal Court); The New Tomorrow (The Young Vic); The Beauty Parade ( Wales Millennium Centre) As You Like It (Shakespeare’s Globe); Emilia ( Shakespeare’s Globe/ West End); Midsummer Night’s Dream ( Watermill Theatre); Jubilee (Lyric, Hammersmith/ Manchester Royal Exchange); The Greatest Wealth (The Old Vic); The Government Inspector (Birmingham Rep/ UK Tour); Herons (Lyric, Hammersmith); Mother Courage and Her Children (National Theatre); Mine (Shared Experience); Frozen (Birmingham Rep); Two (Southwark Playhouse); The Bloody Great Border Ballad Project (Northern Stage); In Water I’m Weightless (National Theatre of Wales); Pandora (Arcola); Woman Of Flowers (Forest Forge/UK Tour) and Multiplex, Fen and You Make Me Happy (When Skies are Grey) at The Watermill.

Television includes: Moving On, Two Doors Down, Shakespeare & HathawayShetlandThe CrownDoctor WhoMapp and LuciaMoonstoneMarchlandsMidsomer MurdersSmall WorldHolby CityCasualty and FM.

Film includes: Retreat (Sophie was awarded Best Actress Award, Clin d’Oeil Festival), My Christmas AngelConfessions and Coming Home.

Writing includes: Beethoven Essay Series (BBC Radio 3), Multiple Scenes of Destruction (The Bunker Theatre), Maybe (Paines Plough/CTWIF), Butterfly (Talking Bodies/Hot Coals)