Kate Scarlett Duffy
Kate trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education and subsequently gained experience working with marginalised youth and young adults in arts, criminal justice, housing and education settings. After first becoming interested in refugee issues in 2009, since 2012 Kate has worked with the North West London refugee community in various project management positions including mentoring, youth work, housing and advocacy (predominantly with unaccompanied minors). She is also part of the management team of Springboard Youth Academy, a learning programme for unaccompanied minor refugee youth in London. She has an MA in Migration and Diaspora Studies from SOAS and is currently a LAHP funded PhD candidate at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, exploring self-authored performance of unaccompanied minor identity and masculinity through practice research. Kate developed and runs Phosphoros Theatre’s outreach programme and represents the company in conferences, panel discussions and interviews.
Kate is performing in Pizza Shop Heroes, 2018/2019 and leads outreach activities alongside each show.