Imogen Mackie Walker

Graduating BA (Hons) Professional Actor
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2020 Graduating BA (Hons) Professional Actor Imogen Mackie Walker


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Digital showcase

In place of our regular live showcase, we have brought together a Digital Showcase to feature the skills and talents of our graduating year. 

Here you can explore Imogen Mackie Walker’s digital showreel, which includes theatrical scenes, self-created work made during the Covid-19 lockdown and audio reel. A short film written and directed by professional film-makers is currently being edited and will be added shortly.

Theatrical scene

Screen scene

Self-created work

Across the 12-week period of lockdown, all graduating students on the two year and three year acting courses collaborated with a dramaturg to develop and create their own self-created piece.

The BA (Hons) Acting students were given the brief to create a series of ‘encounters’ in the East Wing that celebrate the individual creativity of each graduating student. Made over 12 weeks, with dramaturgical and creative assistance from Tatty Hennessy and Matt Hassall.

Audio reel

Click the link below to listen to Imogen Mackie Walker’s audio reel. 

Check back soon as we’ll be adding a link to our series of audio-drama pilots made with our creative partner Audible. You can read more about our audio work during the Covid-19 lockdown here. 

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LAMDA productions

How Love is Spelt
Directed by Caitriona Shoobridge

Mrs Andrews
Earthquakes in London
Directed by Matt Hassall

The Merchant of Venice
Directed by James Yeatman

The Wolves
Directed by Mary Papadima

All’s Well That Ends Well
Directed by Judith Phillips & Rodney Cottier

The Rules [working title]
Directed by Katie Bonna & Ria Parry

Violence and Son
Directed by Amy Cudden

Next To Normal
Directed by Karoline Gable

The Seagull
Directed by Gretchen Egolf

Trapland / Buckram
Love for Love
Directed by Vik Sivalingam

Choryphaeus Mythos
The Bacchae
Directed by John Baxter & Judith Phillips

Women Beware Women
Directed by Sarah Malin

On Approval
Directed by Jenny Lipman

God's Property
Directed by Penny Cherns

Other experience

Roz Keith
9 to 5: The Musical
Directed by Graham Dickie (The Dance School of Scotland/Citizens Theatre)

Bat Boy: The Musical
Directed by Graham Dickie (The Dance School of Scotland/Citizens Theatre)

Address to a Haggis
Lord Provost of Glasgow's Burns Supper 2016
Directed by Stewart Scott

Scottish (Native), Belfast*, Cockney*, General American*, Modern RP*, South Wales, West Country, Yorkshire

*Certified to a Native Standard by James Gitsham

Ballet, Ceilidh Dancing, Cha-Cha-Cha, Commercial, Contemporary, Flamenco, Highland Dancing, Historical Dance, Jazz, Modern (ISTD Intermediate), Tango, Waltz

BGSC Level Four (Specialisation] in Group Fight with 18th Century Weapons (Distinction with Examiner’s Gold Star)

BGSC Level Four (Specialisation] in 18th Century Single Sword (Distinction with Examiner’s Gold Star)

BGSC Level Three (Advanced) in Five Weapons (Overall: Distinction)


Cello (Grade 5), Musical Theatre (ATCL Diploma with Distinction)

Full clean driving licence

LAMDA BA (Hons) Professional Acting, 2017-2020
Carne Trust Scholar, 2019-2020, Leverhulme Arts Scholar, 2017-2019
LAMDA Fight Night Winner (Jubilee Trophy – Best Stage Fight, 2019)
LAMDA Poetry Competition (Published Category) - Winner (2019), Runner-Up (2018)
The Dance School of Scotland (Musical Theatre, 2013-2017)