Rosie Thomson


Rosie has worked extensively in theatre. She is currently on her second consecutive UK No. 1 tour with Bill Kenwright’s Classic Thriller Theatre Company in ‘The Case of the Frightened Lady’. Other credits include ‘A Judgement in Stone’ (UK No. 1 tour), ‘Shangri La’ (Finborough Theatre), ‘Darknet’ (Southwark Playhouse), ‘Stinkfoot’ (The Yard Theatre), ‘Starlore for Beginners’ (Theatre 503), ‘The Manual Oracle’ (The Yard Theatre), ‘Two Fish’ (Hightide Festival), ‘Stepping Out’ (Salisbury Playhouse), ‘Don Juan Comes Back From The War’ (Finborough Theatre), ‘The Kitchen’ (National Theatre), ‘The Cherry Orchard’ (National Theatre), ‘Fen’ (Finborough Theatre), ‘Yes, Prime Minister’ (Gielgud Theatre), ‘Scrabble’ (Latitude Festival), ‘I Caught Crabs in Walberswick’ (Sir John Mills Theatre/UK tour/Edinburgh Festival/Bush Theatre), ‘The Hothouse’ (National Theatre), ‘Sleeve Notes’ (Theatre 503), ‘The Most Humane Way To Kill A Lobster’ (Theatre 503) and ‘Henna Night’ (Chelsea Theatre).

For television Rosie has worked on productions including ‘Eastenders’, ‘Doctors’, ‘Judge John Deed’, ‘A Touch of Frost’, ‘The Bill’, ‘Family Affairs’, ‘Dream Team’ and ‘Second Sight’.

She has appeared in two feature films: ‘Women & Children’ and ‘Enigma’.

“I have moved house at least 5 times over a period of more than 10 years carrying with me the same tin of ‘Prunes in Light Syrup’. They have become something of a talisman which I vow never to open but to always keep in the cupboard.”