Manjeet Mann - Solo Artist
5 Marten Road,
Telephone: 07779 090 202
Contact: Manjeet Mann
Manjeet Mann has performed in a number of stage plays both regionally and West End. She has recently finished working with Rufus Norris in David Hare's brand new play Behind The Beautiful Forevers, at the National Theatre. Most recent credits include Blue Sky, Hampstead Theatre, Polarised, Soho Theatre, Endless Light and Born Again, Southwark Playhouse, Unwrapped, Birmingham Rep, Camel Station, West Yorkshire Playhouse, The Duel, Lyric Hammersmith, Counted, Theatre Royal Plymouth and Angledust, Old Red Lion, She's The Bitchy One, Etcetera Theatre.
Manjeet has recently been filming Raised by Wolves for Channel 4. A brand new comedy series by Caitlin Moran. Other TV credits include Eastenders (BBC), Primeval (ITV) Emmerdale (ITV) and DCI Banks (ITV).
Manjeet played a principle role in the BBC award winning film The Plague directed by Greg Hall and has worked with the Oscar winning director Yusef Ali Khan on Almost Adult. Other film credits include: The Score, Jenna, Yasmin.
Manjeet is the recipient of the Norman Beaton BBC Radio Drama Award and has appeared in over 60 radio plays and comedy sketch shows most notably, The Party Line, written by Punt and Dennis. The Charles Paris Mystery playing opposite Bill Nighy. The Yellow Plush Papers and Flaw in The Motor Dust in the Blood playing opposite Rory Kinnear. Play and Record with Comedian Doc Brown, Will Smith with Comedian Will Smith and Simon Says with Comedian Reginald D. Hunter. She was a also a regular on BBC Radio Soap Opera Silverstreet.
Manjeet's debut play Payback was commissioned by Kali Theatre and performed as a staged reading at the Arcola Theatre. Her solo show She's The Bitchy One debuted at the Etcetera Theatre, as part of the Camden Fringe Festival 2014. She has recently been awarded Arts Council Funding and is currently reworking She's The Bitchy One – now titled Flying Solo.