Saida Ahmed

Saida Ahmed is a black mixed raced, disabled, woman with Cerebral Palsy who lives in East London. Saida has also studied at Chickenshed Theatre, and has got herself a BA Degree in Inclusive Theatre, she is currently represented by Geri Spicer, at Independent Talent Agency. Saida is an actress, poet, writer and a 2020 Stage Debut Award Nominee for the title character in Little Miss Burden, alongside Ani Nelson and Michelle Tiwo, written by Matilda Ibini and directed by Debbie Hannan at the Bunker Theatre.

Saida’s other most recent credits include, Brassic, Unprecedented – The Unexpected Expert starring alongside Golda Rosheuvel and Lucianne McEvoy, The Gift, that had come out, Tuesday the 2nd Of February, written by Leanna Benjamin, directed by Cheryl Martin & Produced by Nickie Miles – Wildin, for the Graeae Theatre Company’s YouTube channel for the Crips Without Constraints YouTube series Part 2 (which is displayed on their channel every Tuesday), in this piece Saida is starring alongside Sharon D Clarke.

 Saida has also currently been in an audio play on Northern Stage’s Youtube called Don’t Spill The Tea by Chris Sonnex, starring alongside Tanya Loretta Dee, Zainab Hasan and Lennon Aoife and an audio play version of Little Miss Burden.

Saida has gone on to appear in many more pieces such as: Notes to The Forgotten She-Wolves at The Globe (both written by Matilda Ibinig), Soul Food by Leanna Benjamin, for Burn Bright directed by Abigail Sewell, starring Corinne – Skinner Carter & Saida Ahmed, Head Over Wheels (a short comedic story on YouTube). written by Matilda Ibini and directed by Lisle Turner at Open Sky Ahead Theatre Company.