Amy Kennedy

Amy graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2018 and received the Julia Stewart Award and the Citizens Theatre Society Award.

Theatre credits include: Mother Goose fae Easterhoose (Platform) The Afflicted (Groupwork), All My Sons (Dundee Rep) NoMa (Tron Theatre/Outside Eyes) The Pool of Bethesda, The Jungle Book, Balm in Gilead, Macbeth (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), Kids (Festival Dei 2Mondi 60 – Special Commendation Prize), Ways to Shine (On the Verge Festival/McLellan Arts Festival), Green Zone (Overcoat Theatre Company), Trainspotting (Citizens Theatre)

TV/Radio credits include: River City (BBC Scotland) Another Time, Another Place (BBC Radio Scotland/Royal Conservatoire of Scotland)

Film & Television credits include: The Flu That Killed 50 Million (BBC) You, Me, Chippy and a Boat (RCS Short Film)


Featured News

The Importance of Being Earnest – Perth Theatre

Date posted: 9th Mar 2020

The fantastic Amy Kennedy plays Cecily in Perth Theatre’s spring production of The Importance of Being Earnest, opening on 7th March. Directed by Lu Kemp, this version of Earnest also…Read More

Amy Kennedy – River City

Date posted: 7th Jan 2020

We’re thrilled for Amy Kennedy, who will be joining the cast of River City! Playing the mysterious Maisie Evans, Amy arrives in Shieldinch in early 2020 and we’re excited to…Read More

The Afflicted – The Scotsman Fringe First Award

Date posted: 23rd Aug 2019

Congratulations to Amy Kennedy, Groupwork and everyone involved in The Afflicted, which has received a Fringe First Award! Given out weekly by The Scotsman, the awards commend original productions that…Read More

The Afflicted – Summerhall

Date posted: 14th Aug 2019

BAA’s Amy Kennedy appears in Groupwork’s The Afflicted, coming to Summerhall for the Edinburgh Festival period. Inspired by real events, this new dance-theatre piece tells the story of a mysterious…Read More

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