Angela Barlow

British actress Angela Barlow has been working in theatre, television and radio for forty years, and in voiceovers for almost twenty-five years.

Trained at LAMDA, she has appeared in a huge variety of stage plays – classical, modern and experimental – with theatre companies all over the British Isles. In addition she has been seen on film and in numerous television dramas.

Besides her voiceover work, which covers television documentaries, natural history programmes, commercials, and campaigning films, she can also be heard on BBC radio.

Angela frequently appears at Jane Austen events, either in her own presentations or supporting author Maggie Lane in hers.

Read about Angela’s solo talks JANE AUSTEN’S ACTORSJANE AUSTEN & CHARACTER: AN ACTOR’S VIEW, and JANE AUSTEN AND THE IMPORTANCE OF AUNTS here

Angela has also written two highly successful one-woman plays for herself: Reader, I Married Him (about Charlotte Brontë) and After Chekhov (about Chekhov’s actress wife, Olga).

Her mini-biography The Dancing Career of Nalda Murilova, can be read online at naldamurilova.wordpress.com This is an illustrated, exclusive account of the years in the 1920s when Angela’s ballet teacher, Madame Murilova, danced with the Pavlova, Diaghilev, and Stroganoff Ballets.

To enquire about Angela’s voiceover work and her talks, Jane Austen and the Importance of Aunts Jane Austen’s Actors and Jane Austen and Character: An Actor’s View, please contact her here.


Forthcoming performances

2018

JANE AUSTEN AND THE IMPORTANCE OF AUNTS

Saturday January 27th Jane Austen Society SW Branch
Southernhay Hall, Exeter EX1 1QA
Details: Hazel Jones, 01363 776371
southwest@jasoc.org.uk
Details available here

Further dates in 2018 and 2019 TBC

 

Recent performances

2017

Maggie Lane with Angela Barlow:
JANE AUSTEN, WRITING TO THE END

Sunday
24th September
2.15pm
Jane Austen Society Annual Conference
Bath University, Claverton Hill BA2 7PD
Jane Austen Society Events

 

JANE AUSTEN’S ACTORS
Mrs Siddons, Edmund Kean – and Henry Crawford

Saturday
23rd September
8.30pm
Jane Austen Society Annual Conference
Bath University, Claverton Hill BA2 7PD
Jane Austen Society Events

 

JANE AUSTEN AND THE IMPORTANCE OF AUNTS

Wednesday
21st June 2.30pm
Jane Austen Regency Week

Alton Assembly Rooms, High Street
Alton, Hampshire GU34 1BA
www.janeaustenregencyweek.co.uk

Box Office: 01420 85057

Maggie Lane with Angela Barlow:
JANE AUSTEN, WRITING TO THE END

Sunday
2nd April
3 pm
Jane Austen Society, Bath & Bristol Group
BRLSI, Queen Square, Bath BA1 2HNhttps://www.brlsi.org

JANE AUSTEN’S ACTORS
Mrs Siddons, Edmund Kean – and Henry Crawford

Saturday
1st April
2.30 pm
Jane Austen Society, London Branch
St Columba’s Church Hall,Pont Street,        London SW1X 0BD
Jane Austen Society – London Events

Maggie Lane with Angela Barlow:
I MUST LEAVE OFF BEING YOUNG: JANE AUSTEN IN 1816

Saturday
11th February
4 pm [tbc]
Austen Study Day,
Senate House, University of London, Malet St, London WC1E 7HU
http://www.janeaustensoci.freeuk.com

2016

JANE AUSTEN’S ACTORS
Mrs Siddons, Edmund Kean – and Henry Crawford

Saturday
26th November
2 pm
Jane Austen Society, Kent Branch
Broome Park
Canterbury, Kent CT4 6QX
Jane Austen Society – Kent Events

Maggie Lane with Angela Barlow:
I MUST LEAVE OFF BEING YOUNG: JANE AUSTEN IN 1816

Thursday
20th October
Jane Austen Society of North America 2016 AGM & Conference
JW Marriott Hotel, Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC, USA
www.jasna.org/agms/washingtondc

Maggie Lane with Angela Barlow:
REAL AND IMAGINARY INVALIDS IN ‘EMMA’

Saturday 24th September Jane Austen Society UK, Annual Conference, Barnett Hill Hotel, Surrey GU5 0RF
www.janeaustensoci.freeuk.com/pages/conference_summary.htm

JANE AUSTEN’S ACTORS
Mrs Siddons, Edmund Kean – and Henry Crawford

Tuesday
21st June
2.30pm
The Swan Hotel
High Street
Alton, Hampshire
Part of Jane Austen Regency Week
www.janeaustenregencyweek.co.uk

JANE AUSTEN’S ACTORS

Saturday January 23rd Jane Austen Society SW Branch
Southernhay Hall, Exeter EX1 1QA
Details: Hazel Jones, 01363 776371
southwest@jasoc.org.uk
Details available here