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  • Maddie Wakeling


    Maddie Wakeling is an actor, theatre maker and community theatre facilitator. She is drawn to theatre that can hold messy and complicated ideas without trying to force them into unity. She makes physical, political work. Her writing blends poetry with playful dialogue and she loves telling stories.
    Maddie grew up in Glastonbury and is very influenced by that heady blend of festival culture, folk lore and seasonal choas. Initially trained as an actor at the Manchester School of Theatre (grad 2018) and is a recent graduate of MA Advanced Theatre Practice at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

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  • Maddie Wakeling CPT shows

    A person with long brown hair and white skin wearing dungarees and a mutli-coloured top. They are standing infront of a fabric background which has pots and pans and draw painted onto it. The person is holding out a lighter and looking at the flame.
    Maddie Wakeling presents


    Mon 15 Apr at 7.15pm
    A solo-show inspired by the emergence of new traveller culture from festivals and free parties, Roadside is a chaotic and tender exploration of what home can mean.

    Blog Posts by Maddie Wakeling

    A white woman with long brown hair sits in the passenger seat of a white van. She is wearing a red patchwork jacket, black tights and trainers. The van door is open and she has her foot up on the dashboard tying her shoelace.
    Posted: 03-04-2024 Tag: artist blogs

    The Continuous History of the Roadside

    Can alternative, nomadic forms of living survive criminalisation and what do they teach us about freedom and belonging?

    Maddie Wakeling explains what she learnt about the meaning of home while undertaking research for her new play Roadside

    "Hats off to the CPT for this fine show, well researched and coming from a place of great passion... Comm­unity theatre at its most effective."

    Camden New Journal (Human Jam)