A member of the Esperance Theatre Guild since 1984, Victoria made her debut at The Bijou Theatre in Cheap at Half the Price that same year. Involved since in the following productions; Bijou Music Hall (1984), The Christmas Dragon (co director for ESHS production 1984), Absurd Person Singular (1985), Norman is That You? (1986), The Starz Awards (ETG review, 1986, actor, co writer and co director), Cheap at Half the Price (1988 actor and co director), Emerald City (1989), Daylight Saving (1994), The Importance of Being Earnest (2005), It's My Party....and I'll Die if I Want to (2006), Wake Up! (ETG review 2008, actor and co writer), The Bijou Monologues (2010)and Captive Wives (Co-director 2010).
Victoria has a BA (Hons) in English and Drama from The University College of Wales, Aberystwyth (1981), learning her craft whilst performing in plays by Chekhov, Shakespeare, Coward, Brecht, Jonson, Kopit and Zindel at Theatr y Werin and at The Oxford and Edinburgh Festivals. She worked as an on air announcer at Radio 747, Esperance in the 80's, and over the past ten years has written and performed her work on a variety of ABC Radio programs.
"I am very excited to be back on the ETG committee after many years, and look forward to helping Esperance thespians and theatre goers enjoy our wonderful Bijou Theatre. My Great Uncle Bill, William Hartnell, was the first actor to play Dr Who, so theatre and the performing arts have been in my blood since I was born."