Elle Dillon-Reams is a neurodiverse, queer artist, originally from Brighton.
Her debut self written solo show 'HoneyBEE' sold out its entire run and received all 5 and 4-star reviews at The Brighton Fringe 2019 after which she won the Three Week's Editor's award for performance and Best Newcomer from The Scotsman in Edinburgh 2019.
Elle recently took both 'HoneyBEE' and her new show 'MEAT' to Edinburgh 2023 performing at The Pleasance where she recieved five star reviews, sellouts, and an Offie Nomination.
Her debut poetry collection 'Maladaptive' was published by Verve Poetry Press in 2022 and can be bought via her website or any good book store. Elle was recently selected by Craig Charles and BBC6 Music as part of the Poetry class of 2023, featuring on BBC6 Music's prestigious National Poetry Day Programme alongside Tim Key, Lemn Sissay, Nitin Sawney, and Arlo Parks.
After receiving a first-class degree from East 15, she was the first female to join the Shakespeare based theatre company 'The Handlebards', cycling the length and breadth of the country twice, and in touring internationally with the company, made history as the first female theatre company to perform in Sudan.
When not performing herself, Eleanor directs at several acting schools across the UK, and also teaches yoga, writing, and movement.
BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL