Diana Payne-Myers is a dancer/actress. Ballet Rambert at the Mercury Theatre, Notting Hill Gate, 1948

She has most recently worked in Scotland with Barrowland Ballet (Natasha Gilmore’s Glasgow based company) in  A Conversation with Carmel  2013 (co-produced by Scottish Arts & Stratford East) at the Tramway Theatre, Glasgow; Stratford East, London & 2 Scotland tours concluding the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011.

Other recent credits include: Further work with Matthew Hawkins at Edinburgh Festival (2007), Red Ladies (2014) at the Southbank Centre, Malvern & Margate, God’s Garden with Arthur Pita - created and presented in Ipswich followed by performances in Birmingham & later with a company at the Royal Opera House, London.

Diana has also performed at the 2000 Sydney Olympics Arts Festival with DV8 Physical Theatre company piece Can we afford this? The cost of living at the Everest Theatre, Sydney which went to London and Hong Kong. Other work with DV8 includes Strange Fish (European tour) and Bound to Please which toured Europe 1999-2000.

Diana returns to the role of Edna having performed in An Inspector Calls at the Garrick Theatre, the Aldwich Theatre, two UK tours & the Australia tour.