Flloyd is a Liverpool-based, Australian-born theatre maker, classical actress, cabaret artist and singer-songwriter – who has trained and worked in the UK, USA, Russia and Australia.
Flloyd has become a regular performer on the Open Mic (spoken word and singer-songwriter) scene since moving to Liverpool in 2017.
Arriving in the UK in the late 1960s Flloyd participated in the British folk revival, performed street theatre, cabaret and fringe theatre. She was founder/coordinator of Performance Exchange and artistic director of Golden Age Theatre, touring world classic and contemporary texts throughout Scotland.
Flloyd directs and performs locally and internationally. Her solo performance, “Yes! Because…” with Thunder’s Mouth Theatre, premiered in Brisbane at the New Globe Theatre, in September 2015, was subsequently performed at the International Centre for Voice (RCSSD) in London in December 2015, at the Clifftown Theatre, Southend-on-Sea in March and at the Lantern Theatre, Liverpool in April 2016 as part of the Threshold Festival. It played in New York, as part of United Solo Performance Festival 2016, and then at Bread and Roses Theatre, Clapham, London UK in April 2017.
Recent performances include War Baby and Judy for “Memory Lane”, Dame Amanda Buckley and Millie Jones in “Write Up Your Street” with Liverpool writers collective, Make it Write, The Busker in “The Bottom Line” at the cornerHOUSE in London, Hannah Kennedy in “Mary Stuart” with Qld Shakespeare Ensemble, Juliet in “A Tender Thing” at the Brisbane Powerhouse with Full Circle Theatre, the nurse in “Romeo & Juliet” with THAT Production Co, Eve in the award winning short films “I’m Not Here” and Lola in “Lola the Magnificent”. Since moving to Liverpool in 2017, she has performed in short films and regularly volunteers as a reader for local playwrighting groups.