What shows or projects have you done with ETT?
Finish the sentence: Touring is important because…
everyone deserves the chance to see good theatre no matter their postcode
Where is home for you?
Where is your home away from home?
Wherever my mum is
How did you bring home with you on tour?
My favourite mug and a cosy dressing gown
Which city was your favourite to visit on tour with ETT?
What gem did you discover on tour with ETT (could be a landmark/park/cafe/pub etc)?
Riley’s Fish Shack in Newcastle
What are your touring essentials?
Pilates, herbal tea, dressing room snacks and Berocca
What’s your go-to recipe whilst on tour?
Avocado and eggs on a toasted bagel
One of the best parts of being on tour is hearing in real time how much young audiences are engaged in the show and how it inspires them.
You’ll learn a lot about yourself and hopefully make a handful of lovely lifetime friends.
Which artist(s) do you most admire and why?
Katy Stephens because Katy Stephens
What music inspires you?
Anything that hits my soul
What image or video inspires you?
The This Girl Can Ad Campaign and Rami Malek’s Oscar speech
What piece of writing or quote inspires you?
What is for you will not go by you
What, for you, makes a good piece of art?
Something that can transport me to another place and evoke emotion
What have been your career highlights so far?
Othello, all 3 times. And working with Kenneth Branagh.
If you were cast away on a desert island, which 5 plays would you take with you and why?
Klippies, Pests, The Wasp, Anthony and Cleopatra and A View from the Bridge – because I’ve seen and loved them all so I’d be able to play them over in my head like an internal television!
Please can you tell us what you would say to emerging artists to encourage them to take their work on the road or join an ETT tour?
Do it! You’ll learn a lot about yourself and hopefully make a handful of lovely lifetime friends. And one of the best parts of being on tour is hearing in real time how much young audiences are engaged in the show and how it inspires them.
Window or aisle seat?
Favourite way to travel?
If you could have any superpower, which would you choose?
The ability to heal others
Hayat Kamille’s biog:
For ETT: Othello (in a co-production with Tobacco Factory and Oxford Playhouse).
Hayat trained at the Identity School of Acting in London.
Other theatre credits include: If Chloe Can (National Youth Theatre); Waiting for Summer (Swivel Theatre); and Our Days of Rage (National Youth Theatre / Old Vic Tunnels).
Film credits include: Picnic (The Russo Brothers) and Murder on the Orient Express (20th Century Fox).