Although just two years out of Drama School, Gabby’s latest comedy show, “Girlfriend From Hell”, has been taking the world by storm. It’s been listed by the Funny Women organisation as one of their top three shows and was rated a top ten show at the Edinburgh Fringe by the Edinburgh Evening News. It’s also played to packed houses in venues as far away as Barcelona, Vienna and Hamburg.
But Gabby hasn’t forgotten her acting roots either. She has had leading roles in two new British features films, “No Fruit At The Bottom” and “Down On The Upside”. Both had theatrical releases.
Gabby left the Birmingham Conservatoire in the summer of 2015 and immediately won the “Best Newcomer” award for her performance in “The Morning After”. She also received rave reviews for her performance as Lucy in “Dracula” at the Attic Theatre in Stratford Upon Avon and at the Camden Fringe.
Gabby is no stranger to the media. Both Time Out and the Birmingham Mail have listed her “Girlfriend From Hell” show as one of the top things to see over a weekend. Birmingham Life magazine even publicly backed her for an Oscar saying, “It’s a long road but she is very definitely on her way”