Theatre includes: Better Off Dead, Joking Apart (written/directed by Alan Ayckbourn for the SJT, Scarborough); Oliver Twist (Storyhouse, Chester); A Christmas Carol (Derby Theatre); The Twits (Curve Theatre/tour); Stone Face (Finborough); Cymbeline, Stepping Out (national tours); The Ugly Duckling (Sheffield Theatres/Nottingham Playhouse); My Name is Stephen Luckwell, The Elves and the Shoemakers, Under the Story Tree, Can You Whistle Johanna? (Nottingham Playhouse); Little Red and the Big Bad Wolf (Action Transport/Unity Theatre); The Merchant of Venice, The Tempest, The Wind in the Willows (Illyria Theatre); The Canterbury Tales (Gwent Theatre); Grimms (Trafalgar Studios); TASTE (The Theatre, Chipping Norton/Théâtre du Préau); My Dad’s Corner Shop (Derby Playhouse); and projects with Kali and Tamasha. She has appeared in pantomime in Chipping Norton (as the Princess) and Lebanon (as the Wicked Queen).
Television includes: Annika (UKTV), The Man Who Fell to Earth (CBS), Sex Education (Netflix), Emmerdale, Doctors, Coronation Street and Hollyoaks. Liz can also be seen in the short film Trish: As Seen on TV, now on YouTube.
Liz narrated the audiobook Where There’s a Hill by Sabrina Verjee (Vertebrate Publishing/Audible). She is the voice of Manisha in the Zombies, Run! app and the related audio drama The Way of All Flesh (Six to Start/Audible).