Bea is a Scottish actress and theatre-maker currently on her final year on the BA Performance in British Sign Language and English course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS).
Bea likes to explore classical and contemporary text in both English and BSL, acting and scriptwriting for TV and stage, devising, visual theatre, puppetry, signed songs, Lecoq and cabaret. She has a great passion for comedy scripts.
Her recent work includes Love and Information (Solar Bear/RCS), Scavengers and Antigone (RCS), Hell’s Teeth (rehearsed reading – Playwright’s Studio) and Goodbye Colour (RCS). She has written, performed and directed House of Ladies for RCS’s On The Verge festival at the Citizens Theatre. Performed in BBC Social’s How not to be d*cks to deaf people and Crumbs (a short web series by Julie Sande) and has published a poem in both BSL and English titled Long Lost Lover (Nine Arches Press), about her birthplace of Thailand.
Bea is able to communicate in both Spoken English and British Sign Language
Date posted: 6th Mar 2019
Presented by Taking Flight Theatre, Peeling by Kaite O’Reilly tours across Wales, Oxford & Manchester and features BAA’s Bea Webster. In shadow, never centre stage, 3 performers await their brief…Read More
Date posted: 17th Sep 2018
Our own Bea Webster is part of the cast of Mother Courage and Her Children, showing at Leeds Playhouse from Friday 28 September. In Lee Hall’s wholly immersive production, audiences follow…Read More
Date posted: 26th Apr 2018
New graduates of the BA performance in British Sign Language and English course at RCS, Bea Webster and Connor Bryson feature in an RCS production, Last Woman Left. A community…Read More