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Poet, playwright and musician. Plays the lever (Celtic) harp and has performed her own compositions and spoken-word pieces in venues throughout the North West and UK.
Her play Danger: Hollow Sidewalk was performed at the Arches Theatre, Glasgow in 2006 to critical acclaim. Neil Cooper of the Glasgow Herald wrote “Sharp has penned a fascinatingly complex, audacious and at times brain-poppingly clever work… A major find.”

Her work has been used in collaborative performance pieces such as Wind-harp Project with Tom Pickard, Eliza and the Bear with Eleanor Rees and at The Wordsworth Trust with Josephine Dickinson.

She was Artist-in-Residence at Metal Liverpool 2009-2010, during which time she wrote and produced her full-length performance of poetry and original music, The Ballad of Juniper Davy and Sonny Lumiere.

rebecca sharp : photo credit Stephanie de Leng

rebecca sharp : photo credit Stephanie de Leng

Workshops and performance

Performances and Workshops KS1 – 4.

“An excellent day, enjoyed by both pupils and staff. Rebecca, playing the harp, provided an enjoyable accompaniment to the storytelling and encouraged pupils to perform their work during the workshop sessions”
West Kirby Residential School