It all started when…
Megan graduated from ALRA (Academy of Live and Recorded Arts) in 2010 earning a BA (Hons) degree and a national diploma in professional acting. She began her acting career at the age of 12, working in commercials for CITV and in the UK national tour of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’. Her first movie role came after graduating when she played Mary in Ecosse films horror-comedy ‘Love Bite’. Following on from this, Megan continues to work extensively in film, theatre, TV and radio. She plays Sasha on BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Archers’, Tracey in the stage world premiere and the UK tour of Meera Syal’s ‘Anita and Me’ and will play Debbee Kensit in the upcoming feature film adaptation of the Martin Amis novel ‘London Fields’ alongside Jim Sturgess, Billy-Bob Thornton and Amber Heard.
Having lived in South West London for the past 12 years, Megan worked in between acting roles as a sole-charge nanny for many families with children of different ages. It was these years of experience with children that inspired her to start Oneday Theatre. The aim was simple; to design and facilitate classes for all ages that focused on building confidence, acceptance of self and individuality.
“In acting, and in all walks of life every one is different - and Oneday Theatre celebrates that. Rather than encouraging everyone to be the same and be one uniform performer, we want people to march to the beat of their own drums. We don’t hold exams or auditions but we do produce happy and confident young performers”
Megan launched Oneday Theatre in 2018 in Birmingham. We provide quality theatre training but we do more than just that. We recognise the individual in every performer, and nurture the performer in every individual. Building your confidence as well as your skills - because there’s no greater magic than being yourself. So, we definitely don’t produce the generic. And we do host classes for everyone. From babies and toddlers to adults at all levels.
All of our teachers are professional, active performers with years of industry experience to bring to every class.
Always fancied a spell on the stage? Then make Oneday, today.