Aimee Louise Bevan trained in Dance at Kingston University and Musical Theatre at Associated Studios. Since graduation she has been working as an actor, puppeteer and movement director.
Her performance credits include The Gruffalo (Tall Stories), In the Night Garden Live (Minor Entertainment), Reach for the Stars (Little Angel Theatre), Puss in Boots (Belgrade Theatre Coventry), Small Island (National Theatre), Birthright (Kryptonite Theatre Company), Cinderella: A Fairytale (Jack Studio Theatre).
Aimee’s movement direction credits include Burnout (Shy Bairn Theatre), Wolves Are Coming For You and Nadia’s Gift (Jack Studio Theatre), High School Never Ends (New British Musicals Festival).
In 2020, Aimee was part of Little Angel Theatre’s Puppetry and Facilitation Intensive which not only helped hone her puppetry skills but also led to the creation of Speaks of Rivers -a black female-led physical theatre company creating new work for young audiences. With Speaks of Rivers she co-created and performed in The Fourteenth Stop.