English character actor and voice artist
Philippa is represented by
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020 3950 4637
Philippa has produced and appeared in shows at the Edinburgh and Brighton Festivals and has appeared in many events, comedy and cabaret around the UK.
Her stage work includes the critically acclaimed series of solo plays “Glimpse” and the lead role in “Fanny Hill.”
” … understated and impressively controlled … Hammond excels … ” James Kirkup, The Scotsman
“… spellbinding and entertaining, heart rending and humorous …” Roderick Graham, The Scotsman
“… drama, suspense and genuine laughs … ” Lyndsey Winship, The Argus
In 2018 she produced and appeared in Afterthought Theatre Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet for the Shoreham Wordfest, and played the Abbess in the Brighton Shakespeare Company‘s open air production of The Comedy of Errors.
She played Elfrida Haward, wife of the extraordinary Colonel Barker in Rose Collis‘s new play “The Trials of Colonel Barker” in the 2017 Hove Grown Festival and played Cat in TBC Audio’s new play “Protect And Survive” in the 2017 Brighton Festival Fringe [**** Fringe Guru].
” … a perfectly-cast, cast-ingot actor … a high-point of naturalistic dialogue and wit … exudes quick-witted, sure-footed poise … ” Simon Jenner, Fringe Review
“… sharp humour and wit and joy … ” Olivia Sewell, Fringe Review
On film she played Ivorwen in Actors at Work Productions’ feature “Born of Hope“, based on a story by JRR Tolkien, and a wide range of roles in short films, including Mrs Shelley in “Struck by Lightning” and ‘Yes Miss’ for the YMCA WiSE Project.
She also teaches confident public speaking skills for business.