2011   
The Salon Project (Salonnière), devised by Stewart Laing, Untitled Projects, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

2006/7   
Here, As if They Hadn’t Been, As if They are Not: The Invisible Dances Act 3 (The Medium), directed by Bock & Vincenzi, nottdance, Nottingham; KunstenFESTIVALdesArts, Brussels; Laban Theatre, London; La Condition Publique, Roubaix.

2005   
L’Altrove: The Invisible Dances Act 2 (The Medium), directed by Bock & Vincenzi., Teatro alla Tese, International Theatre Festival, Venice Biennale.

2004   
Prelude: The Invisible Dances Act 1 (The Medium), directed by Bock & Vincenzi. Clore Studio, Royal Opera House, London.

2001   
London’s Burning (Coroner), London Weekend Television.

2001   
From Morning to Midnight (the Empress), by David Sawer, directed by Richard Jones. English National Opera, London.

2000   
The Remains of Foley and McColl (Yvette), written by John Foley and Hamish McColl; produced by Lissa Evans. BBC Radio 4.

1999   
The Tempest (Prospero), by William Shakespeare, directed by Nick Philippou. Actors Touring Company; Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith and UK tour.

1999   
The Escort (Anne’s Mum), directed by Michel Blanc. Pathé Productions.

1998   
Our Mutual Friend (Mrs Vaneering), directed by Julian Farino. BBC 2 television.

1997   
Surviving Picasso (Plummy/Peachy), directed by James Ivory.  Merchant Ivory Productions.

1994   
Third Movement, choreographed by Matthew Hawkins, directed by Deborah May. Channel 4 television.

1994   
Interview with the Vampire (the Seamstress), screenplay by Anne Rice, directed by Neil Jordan. Warner Studios.

1993   
Fresh Dances for the Late Tchaikowsky, choreographed by Matthew Hawkins. Hackney Empire, London.

1992   
Cracker (Pathologist), directed by Andy Wilson; Granada television.

1991   
Die Fledermaus (Champagne), by Richard Strauss, directed by Richard Jones, designed by Nigel Lowry. English National Opera, London.

1990   
The Witches (Dora), directed by Nic Roeg, written by Allan Scott/Roald Dahl, produced by Mark Shivas, a Jim Henson Production.

1989   
A Flea in Her Ear (Lucienne), directed by Richard Jones, décor by the Brothers Quay, costume design by Sue Blane. Old Vic, London.

1989   
The Brooch Pin & The Sinful Clasp, directed by Joanna Woodward, produced by the National School of Film & Television.

1989   
As You Like It (Hymen), by William Shakespeare, directed by Tim Albery, designed by Anthony McDonald, Old Vic, London.

1988   
Burning Ambition, devised by Theatre de Complicité, directed by Roger Bamford, Screenplay, BBC 2 television.

1979   
Thriller (Mimi/Musetta) written & directed by Sally Potter. Berlin Film Festival and Channel 4 television.