Catherine Mobley

Catherine was born in London and is of Indian and British heritage. She spent some of her formative years in Australia and has an Bachelor of Arts in Drama, Performance and English having trained at Drama Centre (Flinders University, South Australia). She has good experience in performing classical texts, devised theatre and new writing and most recently performed in the new play Sanguine Night (Boileroom Theatre Company) as part of the RADA Festival.
Previously she has performed in several devised shows with the multi-cultural company Dende Collective at Oval House Theatre and the Lyric Hammersmith. She played a naïve Mum in the short film The Choke which was recently screened at the BFI as part of the Short Cuts Festival.
She is an enthusiastic theatre goer and has created her own company Zoozaazii Theatre and their first devised show, Pejazzled! premiered at the Camden Fringe in 2017. Other interests include comedy and as well as playing various quirky roles in short films, she is currently co-writing a sit-com based on many years living in a Housing Co-operative.
She has many year’s experience as a Drama Facilitator, working with both adults and children and enjoys working as a Children’s Entertainer.
Additionally, Catherine is an enthusiastic Belly Dancer and has both performed and taught professionally for many years.