Nicola's recent work as an actress includes: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Universal Pictures); a Volkswagen TV commercial for Europe; and a new British feature film Angels in the Asylum directed by Rob Sorrenti. Current work includes lyrics for Basil Brush Unleashed (Edinburgh Festival Fringe) and choreography for the UK Tour of An Evening of Eric & Ern. In 2018 her BBC 2 show Inside No.9 (Choreographer) won two BAFTA Awards for its creators and stars Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith and is currently available on Netflix.
West End theatre includes: Agnes in Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly); original cast of The Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty’s); White Cat in Cats (New London); Reuben’s Wife in Joseph (Palladium); and the Baker's Wife in The Hunting of the Snark (Prince Edward). For the National Theatre, she played Vivian in Oklahoma! (Olivier & Lyceum); and for the RSC, The Shakespeare Revue (UK Tour). Other theatre includes: Jacie Triplethree in Comic Potential and Cinderella in Into the Woods (St Andrews); Nancy in Divorce Me Darling (Chichester); Maria in The Sound of Music (Leicester Haymarket); Fay in The Boy Friend (Perth); Song & Dance (European Tour). Film and TV includes: Beauty and the Beast (Disney); Sound of Music Live (ITV); The Basil Brush Show (BBC); The Singing Detective (BBC); and Fire and Ice with Torvill & Dean (LWT). Radio includes Helen in Half A Sixpence and Dolly in Bitter Sweet (BBC Radio 2).
Work as choreographer includes: Inside No.9 (BBC 2); The Late, Late Morecambe & Wise Show (BBC1); Grey Dogs (Sky Arts); Eric and Little Ern (Vaudeville & St James); Into the Woods (Guildhall); Travels With My Aunt and The Lavender Hill Mob (UK Tours); An Actor’s Life for Me! (Bristol Old Vic); A Marvellous Party (Paris & Cannes); The Masque of Summer (Florence); The Best of British (Bucharest); Rags to Riches (Hampton Court Palace); and the RSC’s hit musical The Shakespeare Revue (US Tours, Off-Broadway). Nicola is a prolific lyricist and her comic songs have been heard in: The Shakespeare Revue (RSC); If All Else Fails (Chichester); Crackers and Spice (Bristol Old Vic); What the Dickens (Tobacco Factory); and Transports of Delight (RAC Club).