Dawn Sievewright


Photo: Claire Newman-Williams


Daniel Albert


The Welkin Dir: James McDonald
National Theatre
Spuds Dir: Andy McGregor
A Play, A Pie and A Pint
Twelfth Night Dir: Wils Wilson
Edinburgh Lyceum and Bristol Old Vic
My Left Right Foot Dir: Robert Softley Gale
National Theatre Scotland/Birds of Paradise
Pinocchio Dir: John TIffany
National Theatre
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour Dir: Vicky Featherstone
Duke of Yorks Theatre
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour Dir: Vicky Featherstone
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour Dir: Vicky Featherstone
National Theatre Scotland /LIVE Theatre
The A-Z of Mrs P Dir: Sam Buntrock
Southwark Playhouse
Beauty & The Beast Dir: Johnny McKnight
Glasgow Girls Dir: Cora Bissett
NTS/ Theatre Royal Stratford East
Glasgow Girls Dir: Cora Bissett
National Theatre Scotland / Citizens Theatre Glasgow
Letters From Everyone Dir: Alex Barrett
Lonesome Schoolboy Productions
Legally Blonde Dir: Jerry Mitchell
Savoy Theatre
Quadrophenia Dir: Che Walker / Pete Townsend
UK No.1 Tour


Only Mountains Dir: Nadia Molinari
BBC Radio 4
Work LIfe Dir: Lucy Collingwood
BBC World Service


2017 Olivier Award Nominee for Best Supporting Actress in a Play.


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“With standouts from Dawn Sievewright as unlucky-in-love performer Gillian.” - Veronica Lee (Evening Standard) *****

“Filthy and shocking, but also downright side-splitting. And while the performers themselves help to make this show a delectable romp of entertainment – I especially enjoyed Dawn Sievewright’s punchy performance.” -  Megan McEachern (The Sunday Post) *****

“All of the cast have superb musical theatre voices, I particularly enjoyed Dawn Sievewright as Gillian. I’m definitely going to need a cast recording.” - Natalie O’Donoghue (Broadway World) *****

“With Dawn Sievewright adding punch as a fighty Scots kid called Lampy, the show starts to lurch like a runaway rollercoaster, spinning into a sickly transformation scene in which kids hee-haw as they sprout donkey ears and hooves.” - Matt Trueman (Variety)

“The only two characters that really come to life are Audrey Brisson’s cricket (a warm bundle of anxiety), Dawn Sievewright’s Lampy (a kid with more charisma than all the other characters combined)” - Miriam Gillinson (Exeunt Magazine)

“Each girl represents, and nicely subverts, a recognisable type. Dawn Sievewright (pictured below right) is superb as the seemingly invincible Fionnula, who reveals a deep-rooted insecurity” - Marianka Swain (The Arts Desk)

“The cast – most of whom originated these roles – blaze across the stage. They’re a tremendous ensemble, with Dawn Sievewright particularly stand-out as Fionnula. She movingly peels back her tough-girl act as she falls for Karen Fishwick’s Kay.” - Tom Wicker (Timeout)



Height: 5'2"
Eye Colour: Blue
Hair Colour: Blonde
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