Alice’s theatre credits include both The Virgin Mary and Mary Magdelene in Berkoff’s The Messiah (Zebedee Productions) Mrs Erlynne in Lady Windermere’s Fan and Caroline Bingley in Pride and Prejudice, both for European Arts Company, Marjorie Winfield in Picture Perfect (Cambridge Arts Theatre/UK Tour), Young Audrey in Ballroom (Riverside Studios, Hammersmith), Eurydice in Don’t Look Back (Somerset House, London), Frasquita in Fandango! (The Duke’s Playhouse, Lancaster) and the Vagina Monologues (New End Theatre, London).
After graduating from the Shakespeare Programme, RADA, she and her classmates formed the Acting Shakespeare Company. After a sell out run in London, they went on to perform Measure For Measure at the Bleeker Street Theatre, New York. Alice played Mariana.
Her TV and film credits include Lady Gabrielle Burley in Channel 4’s The Real Pink Panther, the guest lead Candida in Byker Grove, Jasmina in Baghdad Express, Ayesha in The Good Muslim, The Ultimate Cocktail for Yaduma Films (Sundance Festival), The Blame Game (Blast! Films for the BBC) and Mystic Challenge for Pearson TV.
Alice trained in dance from an early age. She has competed nationally and internationally in ballroom dancing, for which she has a Cambridge Blue. She has choreographed numerous productions for The European Arts Company and been the dance consultant for two Katie Mitchell productions at The National Theatre.
The Messiah – The Bunker, Dalston
As she crucifies her own son, Brickwood turns maternal love into brutal violence just by clasping her hand. It is stunning.
Fandango! – Duke’s Playhouse, Lancaster
Alice Brickwood’s sultry Frasquita dances the Fandango in a manner calculated to incite men to frenzy.
Measure For Measure – Bleeker Street Theatre, New York
Alice Brickwood makes the small role of Mariana strangely engaging, the only bright character in a shadowy play … Alice Brickwood is worth watching.
Aisle Say: New York