Angharad's enthusiasm for, and talent in, Theatre Arts were nourished by her early years in Cambridge. Born and raised in the city, Angharad was a member of various local theatre companies including Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society, the Cambridge University Gilbert & Sullivan Society and Pied Pipers where she played various roles including Sally in 'Me and My Girl' and Eliza Dolittle in 'My Fair Lady'.
After leaving school, Angharad pursued her professional career as an actress by studying a BA(Hons) Musical Theatre at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts where she studied the three Stagecoach Disciplines of Drama, Dance and Singing. At Mountview, Angharad had roles such as Kristine in 'A Chorus Line', Glinda in 'The Wiz' and Charlotte Malcolm in 'A Little Night Music', performing in a range of London venues.
Upon graduating from Mountview, Angharad worked professionally as an actress, appearing in productions around the country and photographic work for newspapers and commercials. A highlight of her career was appearing as Mabel in 'Pirates of Penzance' onboard the Golden Hinde docked at London Bridge!
Alongside her professional career, Angharad has worked actively with children for years in a wide range of contexts, ranging from working with individual children to party planning for large groups. She has a keen interest in how the arts can help children to express themselves, which led to her studying post graduate Speech and Language Therapy at City University in London.
Her Stagecoach career began in 2003 when she joined as a drama teacher for Stagecoach Cambridge where she has built close links with both students and staff. "It has been fantastic to watch the students grow up and develop as performers," she says. "I'm very proud of their achievements".