Eilidh is an actor who has been teaching drama for 20 years. 13 of those at Italia Conti Weekend Associates Clapham.

She has also taught, directed and facilitated workshops for many companies including PACE Theatre Company, Coatbridge College, CITV, Northwood College for Girls, Cultural Enterprise, Poorboy Theatre Company, Artemis Scotland, Matrix Theatre Company, Ed Coms, UK Theatre School to name a few. These have been with a variety of ages from the age of 3 right up to adults with disciplines ranging from acting, voice, acting for camera, LAMDA, presentation skills for creative entrepreneurs, history based in costume, Shakespeare, storytelling, devising and collaboration.

Theatre credits include work for Dundee Rep, The Traverse, National Theatre of Scotland with A Play, a Pie & a Pint, Poorboy Theatre Company, Grinagog, The Arcola, Old Vic Tunnels, Tidy Carnage, The Arches, Theatre 503, Cumbernauld Theatre, Creation Theatre & PACE Theatre Company.
She made her West End debut in Steven Berkoff’s ‘On The Waterfront’ at The Theatre Royal Haymarket understudying & then playing Edie Doyle.

Film/TV credits include 'Waterloo Road' & 'Shakespeare & Us' for BBC, ‘Small Faces’ and 'Behold Me Standing' feature films as well as a few short films. Radio includes ‘Bridge’ and ‘Rebus: A Question of Blood’ both for BBC Radio 4.