projects.

A selection of projects including participation, directing, writing, producing and performing.

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Dundee Rep

Treasure Island

English Musicals Korea

Confessions
of a Child Star
Open Your Lugs 
 Podcast
Southcraig School Music Video

The Gaiety, Ayr

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Making Musical Theatre Workshops

The Gaiety, Ayr

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The Great Elf Escape LIVE

The Gaiety and Fearless Players

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Not Fit For Purpose
Burns: A Lost Legacy

Fearless Players

 

REVIEWS

"Davidson’s portrayal of Nancy Maclehose is stunning. The heartbreak Nancy feels at the loss of her lover still shines through in Davidson’s depiction of the complex pain of her hurting another woman, her romantic rival. Davidson’s excellent portrayal brings to the forefront the real Nancy’s devotion to her fellow woman, a truly admirable quality that many would not know of otherwise."

Georgia Herriott - The Student

Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard

 

"Lydia Davidson and Bethany Tennick bring warmth and sincerity to the book and lyrics"

Paul Vale - The Stage

Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard

 

"Lydia Davidson does an excellent job as Nancy – equally proud of her relationship with Burns, but also concerned to protect her reputation"

Mary Woodward - ScotsGay

Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard​​

 

"Davidson's Nancy has the right balance of passion and caution, aware of her role as the "other women", determined to make amends but also protect her identity."

Fiona Scott - Broadway World

Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard

 

"Lydia Davidson and Lori Flannigan as Nancy and Jean respectively are funny, tender and brusque as the mood requires – and again, completely believable."

Kelly Apter - The List

Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard

 

"Lydia Davidson has some touching moments as Jack’s Mother"

James Andrews - Pocketsize Theatre

Into The Woods 

 

"Motherhood and babies are very important in this show of course, and there were suitably contrasting performances from Emma Ochia as Cinderella’s appalling stepmother and Lydia Davidson, ever despairing of her son Jack"

Chris Abbot - Sardines Magazine

Into The Woods