Performing arts


Andrea McKenzie is a Scottish actor who trained at Edinburgh’s Telford College and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She has worked in theatres and outdoor venues across Scotland and North America. Select press:

“The most striking acting came from Andrea McKenzie” (

“she fizzles with dark forces and storm bringing nastiness” (AllEdinburghTheatre)

“this cheeky wee besom McKenzie manages to induce more laughter than one could reasonably expect” (Edinburgh Guide)

You can view full acting CV on Spotlight.


Andrea has written three plays and several short stories. Her play Aye or No about the Scottish Independence Referendum through the eyes of young children was described as a ‘Must see’ by the Edinburgh Evening News. Dark comedy/drama After Party about dysfunctional parents falling out of the Noughties club scene was shortlisted for the Scottish Short Play Awards. She has recently been selected by Playwrights Studio Scotland for their mentorship programme and is currently developing After Party into a full length drama. The play explores issues of single parenthood, post natal depression and addiction, contains elements of movement and dance and is set to an upbeat soundtrack of 90s happy hardcore and trance.


As a graduate of Girls Rock School Edinburgh, Andrea’s powerful vocals at the helm of all female rock bands have been raising the roof and smashing glass ceilings across Central Scotland. Taking it down a notch, she also enjoys singing traditional Scottish folk music and has performed works by Hamish Henderson as part of the cast of The Radical Road in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Band images © P&K Beards

Singing sample coming soon – in the mean time enjoy some epic beatboxing by Pepouni [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons