Jemima Foxtrot blends powerful, sonic heavy poetry about modern life with snippets of songs in a singing voice that will knock you for six. Shortlisted for the Arts Foundation Spoken Word Fellowship 2015, she performs extensively across the country. Her debut poetry show, Melody, won the spoken word award at Buxton Fringe Festival 2015 and was critically acclaimed at its run at the PBH Free Fringe at Edinburgh 2015, receiving several 4 star reviews. She's had work commissioned by BBC Arts as part of their Women who Spit series and has also appeared on Arts Night on BBC2. Jemima recently performed in the Barbican main hall as part of Doug Aitken’s Station to Station project alongside Simon Armitage and Don Paterson. She has worked extensively as an actor for organisations such as the BBC, ITV and Film 4.