Meet the Sirens

Siren Theatre Company was formed during a workshop hosted by Middle Child (Hull) at the Tron Theatre in 2019.

Although none of us had met each other prior to this workshop, we quickly bonded over our love for live music, feminism and vegan baked goods.

Find out more about us in the Blog section of our website !

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Emma Lynne Harley (They/She)

Emma Lynne Harley is a queer, working-class theatre maker from Dunfermline who has worked across Scotland, the UK and internationally, and trained at Queen Margaret University and the National Theater Institute (USA).


They are currently an attached artist with the Lyceum’s L20 programme and work as a director, performer, cabaret artist, writer, stage manager, and more.

Imogen Stirling (She/Her)

Imogen is a performance poet, theatre-maker and vocalist (BBC, Sky Arts, Sofar Sounds, Aye! Write).


She was Paisley Book Festival’s inaugural Writer-in-Residence and is a BBC Words First graduate. Her shows include #Hypocrisy (sell-out runs at Edinburgh and Prague Fringes; UK tour) and poetry/electronic music fusion, Love The Sinner (currently in development).

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Lauren Mitchell (She/Her)

Lauren is a director, theatre-maker and actor-musician from Glasgow.


A former member of the Citizens Theatre Young Co,she has predominantly worked with the Citizens since graduating in 2018.


Her directing credits with the theatre include a tour of Scarfed for Life by Martin Travers and the 2020 production of Adrift by Catriona McNicoll. Lauren has also worked with Kneehigh, A Play A Pie and A Pint, Edinburgh International Book Festival and Surge Festival.

Lucy Harrower (She/Her)

Lucy Harrower is a creative freelancer from St. Andrews, who moved to Glasgow to study Musical Theatre.


Since graduating, Lucy has worked closely with SURGE Physical Theatre Company (Glasgow), as their Festival Intern, Stage Manager and Assistant Director on numerous projects and tours.

Lucy participated in the most recent Young Writers Programme, hosted by the Traverse Theatre and lead by Hannah Lavery. Her debut writing submission was selected and featured on Stellar Quines' website, "To a Women I Miss During Lockdown".

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