Theatre includes ‘Rogers and Hart Show Songs’ at The Royal National Theatre, ‘Something’s Afoot’ at Milford Haven, ‘Reluctant Heroes’ for the Theatre of Comedy, London, ‘Oscar’ at The King’s Head, Islington, ‘Jump’ at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where she won ‘Best Actress in a Musical’ in 2010,(albeit in a left of field awards category!!)
Television credits are numerous and include Jangles(series,ITV)Pulaski(BBC) The Manageress(BBC) Lonely Hearts Kid(ITV)No Problem(Ch4)That Uncertain Feeling(series,BBC) Drummonds(ITV)Bonded(BBC)Bird Poised to Fly(ITV) Summer Silence (Ch4)etc. As a Welsh speaker she has appeared in countless tv dramas and sit coms on S4C (Welsh channel 4) as well as 3 different Welsh soap operas,(Dinas, Rownd a Rownd, and Pobol y Cwm) in each playing regular characters stretching over many years. For S4C she was given her own TV Special entitled ‘Perfformiad/Performance’. She has sung for P&O Cruises as a cabaret artist including circumnavigating the world on three consecutive world cruises. Lowri-Ann has had a long working relationship (including 4 USA Tours) with The Players Theatre Music Hall Company and with Brick Lane Music Hall and is a regular artist on the Music Hall circuit both in London and around the British Isles.
In 2012 she graduated with an M.A. in Actor Training & Coaching from ‘The Central School of Speech and Drama’, London,(University of London).
In July 2013, Lowri-Ann conceived, co wrote & launched her pop-infused, one-woman cabaret show, 'Whatever Happened to LaLa Shockette?'-the New Romantic 80's pop-star! at The St James Studio in Victoria. In 2014, the show ran for a series of dates in January, February & May at 'Live at Sanctum', in Soho, W1.
Followed by a short run at theSpace@Symposium, Fringe Festival 2014. A series of dates at The Arts Theatre West- End were added in early 2015.
Lowri-Ann was recently nominated for an Excess All Areas 2015 London Cabaret Award.
Lowri-Ann will be on tour with Raslas Bach a Mawr! for Theatr Bara Caws from Nov 18th - Dec 17th 2017
Lowri-Ann being interviewed by Beti George on ‘Beti a’i Phobol’ for BBC Radio Cymru 10/12/17 - the Welsh version of Desert Island Discs.