Eyiara is an actress, singer and writer.
She has performed in theatre productions, from a musical about The Congo, to a tour in Scotland, in association with the National Theatre of Scotland.
She wrote and self published her first book, "This is Wonder" in 2017 after studying in France for three years. The time she spent there helped her to find herself, allowing her to fully realise the reason why she decided to act. The book (available on AMAZON) is filled with personal stories and lessons she has been learning so far in her journey of life.
Now she wants to get more involved in on-screen projects which give a voice to the voiceless, stories that help us become more empathetic human beings.
Film (short) Actor
Di and Viv and Rose
Theater by Jimmy Walters Di Following the lives of three different young women and their journey of friendship from living in halls of residence at university to life as adults.
Theater by Elicit Theatre Company / Kofi Sampaney OLU/BAD GIRL 1 A kaleidoscopic view of black female drug smugglers shuttling between Jamaica and London, ending up in jail or even dying.
Theater by Nancy-Josee Smith/Giusy Pappalardo Child Soldier/Chorus The story of a family fleeing war in The Congo to get to Norway
Austerity and Me
Theater by Ovalhouse Performance Company / Mahri Reilly Ensemble An exploration of personal accounts by young people living in South London of the socio-political issue, Austerity - how it affects us and if we can do anything about it.
Shadow of Doubt
Theater by CGDM/Segun Ajala Luciana A play following the lives of two families faced with different challenges. It explores questions about insecurities, not feeling good enough or smart enough, and implores you to ask, 'What if I actually believed in myself?'
Safe Passage: Ellen's Story
Film (Biography and Short) Actor Ellen has fled her country and wants to get to the UK where the rest of her family is. A short film in support of the charity 'Safe Passage'.
Film (short) by Oddist Film Lead An interview style film about a young woman recounting her alien encounter.
Bilingual Acting Workshop (Paris, France)
University of London Institute in Paris