Fran Moulds is a theatre maker based in Brighton and London.
Fran makes inventive, provocative theatre as a director, writer, and performer. She also creates immersive theatrical experiences to inspire and empower young people.
Fran studied Drama at Exeter University and went on to train at LISPA (London International School of Performing Arts). She specialises in physical theatre, clown and devising.
Multinational storytelling theatre company You Need Me was formed in 2007, with Fran as a core member and educational officer. They devised three full-length shows which made regional tours and were nominated for Total Theatre and The Stage awards at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Fran has worked extensively in comedy. She was a member of the Umbrella Birds, an all-female comedy sketch group whose critically-acclaimed Edinburgh shows were made into The Ladies – two radio series produced by Hat Trick for BBC Radio 4 (2009-2010).
Fran wrote and performed two successful solo character comedy shows at the Edinburgh festival, Curtains (2011) and Significant Human Error (2012).
In addition, Fran has toured the world as a Human Slinky.
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