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actor & coach
Annabel Leventon

Annabel is an actress, singer, director and writer, as well as a coach in communication and performance.

She was nominated Actress of the Year for her lead role in the original London cast of Hair!, and was a finalist in the Offie Awards 2024 in the Leading Actor Category for the role of Edith in The Journey To Venice. 


Margolyes & Dickens

In August I shall be at the Edinburgh Festival to direct Miriam Margolyes in Margolyes & Dickens: The Best Bits, at the Pleasance Theatre. The show runs 7th to 15th August.

Journey to Venice

“I’ve finally got to the age when I hear what I want to hear. Often I think that I’ve heard more than enough already.” Later this month, I’m appearing in the UK premier of the modern Norwegian classic, The Journey to Venice. The play is a celebration of ageing, fantasy, love, and the sacrifices we make The Journey to Venice

Still Life

I feature in a short film written and directed by Konstantinos Doxiadis, Still Life. Just before passing away, Natalie’s mother sends her a voice message recounting a tender childhood memory. Unable to come to terms with her grief, Natalie begins re-enacting the memory. However, the absence of her mother makes the process exceedingly difficult, and Still Life

In Memoriam

In April, I took part in a rehearsed play-reading of a new play set in Belfast in the seventies, In Memoriam by Georgina Duncan. Two performances at The Bush Theatre, April 25 and 26th.


I have an interactive film, made in 2023 awaiting release this year: Hello Stranger by whizkid Paul Raschid, specialist in this unusual and exciting field.  www.paulraschid.com

Annabel Leventon

Proud to be a finalist in the Offie Awards 2024 in the Leading Actor Category for Edith in The Journey To Venice at the Finborough Theatre, London. offies.london/2024-finalists-winners


creating a deep connection between you and your audience, whether one or thousands

I have a lifetime’s experience of public performance as an actor and director in theatre, film and television. Learn actors’ skills to hook your audience and keep them spellbound. In coaching, I focus on presentation skills, speaking in public, leadership skills and personal development.