Bronwyn Lim

Bronwyn’s Australian performance credits include work with Company B, Performance Space, Q Theatre, Bell Shakespeare, Bakehouse, and Freefall. Her UK acting credits include Romeo and Juliet for Mu-Lan/Haymarket, Lear’s Daughters and 58 for Yellow Earth, Lady of the Drowned for Stone Crabs, The Good Woman of Sichuan for Leicester Haymarket, Medea and Nothing Left To Lose for Company:Collisions.

Bronwyn is an experienced performer of audio books and radio dramas for both BBC Radio UK and World Service. She has directed internationally: Yellow Gentlemen for Sirius/Oval House, A Girl Named Shining Brightly for Polka, Journeys at The Ambassadors’ Theatre and recently The Lady in the Barracks for Peach.