Catrin Aaron

An Associate of Theatr Clwyd, Catrin is from Rhyl and trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Previous work for Theatr Clwyd includes: All My Sons, The Light of Heart, Aristocrats, Salt, Root and Roe, Humbug, God of Carnage, A Doll’s House, Roots, Taking Steps, Gaslight, Dancing at Lughnasa, A Small Family Business, Festen, Mary Stuart, Twilight Tales, Macbeth, A Toy Epic, Tales From Europe, The Timeless Myths of the Mabinogi, Of Mice and Men, The Grapes of Wrath, The Voyage, The Way It Was, Flights of Fancy, Hobson’s Choice, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest and Silas Marner.

Other theatre work includes: The Forsythe Sisters (Gaggle Babble), Sex and the Three Day Week (Liverpool Playhouse), The Fever (Three Streets Productions/Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford), Contractions (for which she was nominated Best Actress at the Wales Theatre Awards), (Iain Goosey/Chapter Arts), What People Do and London: Let’s Get Visceral (Old Vic Tunnels), The Norman Conquests (Torch Theatre), Tartuffe, The Three Muskateers, The Norman Conquests: Living Together and Round and Round the Garden (all for Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke), Full Circle (Hijinx Theatre) and Immortal (No Fit State Circus).

Television credits includes: Casualty, The Indian Doctor and The Bastard Executioner.