Gurkiran Kaur is a voice, accent and dialect coach from London. She received her BA in Drama and Theatre Studies from Royal Holloway, University of London before training as an actor at The Bridge Theatre Training Company. She has an MA in Voice Studies from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and is part of Freelancers Make Theatre Work’s Dawn Chorus collective. Gurkiran works at a number of drama schools and with private and corporate clients. She is part of The Voice And Speech Teaching Associations’ EduCore Leadership Team and serves as a Junior Board Member.
Dialect coaching credits include: Extinct (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Queens of Sheba (Soho Theatre); NW Trilogy (Kiln Theatre); How To Save The Planet When You’re A Young Carer And Broke (Boundless Theatre); Best of Enemies (Young Vic & Headlong); The P Word; Red Pitch; Favour (Bush Theatre); Lotus Beauty (Hampstead Theatre/Tamasha Theatre); Henry VIII (Shakespeare’s Globe); Offside (Futures Theatre); Marvin’s Binocular’s (Unicorn Theatre); The Climbers (Theatre By The Lake); Chasing Hares (Young Vic & Uncut); Finding Home (Curve Theatre); The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (Noël Coward Theatre); and on television: Good Karma Hospital.